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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 21 March 1888

ll YOLUME I WwgiRWK V p h Sf nw jVS if peolally for dysiwptios Uihh wheat brtMid Under sigar the fast was mentioned that mill sugar was much more readily assimilated by Infants and tbe large mortality among infants brought up on infant foods was refer red to the fact that many of these food contain starch and cane sugar in the place of milk sugar The so called Herb formers serve Upon the Sack An exchange tells the story of a boy who was sent to market with a sack full of rabbits lingering around town nil day came home without sell ing litem When asked by bis mother why he hud not sold his rahbiN he said no one a ked him what was in Hip sack Many merchants are like this boy They have plenty of good for sale but tail to tell people what is in the sack II nu expect lo sell goods in this li mid age of the woild ymi mUt open your s ck and keep shout ing the ol our slock in trade Ilietatlettsburi Dr moora bus the following Tbis city has more mar riageable young ladies iban any town o equa...

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 March 1888

1 THE CLIMAX riBUSEB EVERY WEDNESDAY BV THE Ciiicx Feinting Co french tipton Wh g white s THE NATMNAL - - Emiwts TKICB PICK YEAR 150 WEDXBSDAY MARCH 21 188S Mtyor Reed did not receive the appointment of Associate Judge ol IoVho notwithstanding hie ex cellent endorsements by his Itome bar tlie bars throughout Ken tucky and the Kentucky delega tion in Con reee The President had reftteed Judge Saufley of Stanford a year ago and told him that he should have the next piece of pie and kept his word Major Heed foete complimented by the grand endonement he received and gracefully accepts the situa tion Congressman AicCreary is at liome and is happy over tle re sult of his speech in the House and the passage of his bill for a conference of American nations He say that it will pass the Sen ate without opposition and the President has remarked unsolicit ed that a Commissioner shall at once be sent to the coun tries of Central and South Ameri ca Representatives of all the legations of the Centr...

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 March 1888

THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY MARCH 21 iSSS Di behold the line new ad of Vnl lace J one elsewhere The Court of Claims will convene ou tbi 3iil Monday In April flie colt oltHllenge sent out by Mr B V VMs lias been accepted The Green Frimt Millinery More on First street is a beHtj inside and out Mr T J HhiIIu of Speedwell who rere itly bought the Dr Bite place has taken piwefeslou Dr Moore the specialist wHI be at the Uarnett Houe Riolimond from t hii April 2d In 13th G V Deatherage has soW to Win McKinney of Kansas City his mare Lirdie Sprague r 2009 liie family irf Mr James Davix lias ruiiiived to Jywiaville for the present and he ill follow in a few duys Mr William Yates has been made DtrJty Sheriff by ijlwrllt Detttlierage t take the plaee of Mr Gilbert Dudley Vr R P McCortl wMie t sell one Luii I red acres of well Improved excel fcii Olue gra ld Bear Red Hwie hoe advertisement Tae purifiers have been placed in j v nn at the gas work and now the j ip js to have a regular faupply of j -e g ...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 21 March 1888

D THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON W G WHITE TRICE IKIt TMiVlt 150 WEDNESDAY MARCH 21 18S8 LIFE ON THE FARM The Inertfabln Il ilU of Turning Oar llueat Iopntatioa Into OHtet Alntori every day we are mom deep li improved with the sotem 1 duty of Xng tins boy to stick to Ike faric When we con template the fact that tlie rural dUtrict of suck a grand agrtcsdtaral State as Illinois are los ing population and that Um eities are constantly gaining the ultimate re sult of a continuanoe of sack a slate of things k nothing less titan de plorable Every avenue at bnefoeeg life ie crowded in the eity Those wbo make a success im t saeriiee much and camparatirelr few care to pay the prices for success Of all tke thousands in a great eity thoM wk hare toiled hard and long to achieve success and by reaMi of tbeir toil aud painstaking care com mand sack confidence that their serv ices are almost indispensably valua ble are CMuparalively few The great mass k composed of nobodies They are employed if en ploye...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 28 March 1888

VOLUME I AT THE CAPITAL l orrenpniideccc Cu MAX W ashington D C March 17 1SS3 I lie news of tliedealli of Emperor nlimi lias been Hie tHii e of imiuli 3Ci iioii in Di4irHHlic circles as to in JHtiBoii tlie EMroKii Miuallmi T e t mpathy of mot of lie Foreign 51 i ters s tf rs to be with Crown Prince Kreoeikk WillUra Am there exi s much KKntiioii n he IPim ts o a i e irlj EureHii war bfini jre Cj iteel h ihe dealli o iip Crown llKf U till H fltW MHUI UpU tlf ilM tl of III- nr i fhw I lieHf iHiitrMfit f irt f iii bn if Ire LihOiim if are jien mul onrr eiKhi xltlnilKh I I otllcttil hIhI hi K ilipln tnalicillv expiti rtl li G iiiho Minixier Bri Vmi AveiBliin n furuiH l t n ien l ln ieter of reca I io Ihe Pr riiieil ln i C itiurexN has rgnu no iuveMiicHiion Iti tbetruifl whioh Imve tieen ftirii ed I nuny of the niaiiiifeturhii i teret of the country lo keep up fe An Invr iittioi f tlie same ctiaraeter haw bveu in irigress for tuuue time pant by u of tlie of Xew Yc rk but i litre i lie res...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 28 March 1888

i I 1 P J Br I THE LEGISLATURE jyfv1 THE CLIMAX PL BUSHED E2RY WEDNESDAY BY THS Climax Pmkting Co TRENCH TIPTON Wm G WHITE i MUCK FUR YHAIT 150 WEDNESDAY MARCH 28 1888 Tout CritiendeM the grandson of John J Crittenden and slaj er of itoee Mosby died at BeaUyrille on lat Wednesday The late Emperor William left an estate valued at 125000000 It is worth something after all to be a German Emperor a It is said that a rich vein of lead ore has been struck near Paynes Depot Scott county Kentucky ought to be developed Q The Prohibition party of the Eighth CongraKkmal District met at Danville last week and nomi nated JJev Green Clay Smith Jfore meat for McCrear Joseph W Drexel of the great banking houe of Drexel aiorgan fc Co died in New York on Sun day aged 56 years His estate is valued at 130000000 -- The New York papers exager ated the South Dakota blizxard aajringtbat 1000 to 2000 lives were lost The blizzard in New York and vicinity was far worse than that of Dakota In one county in New...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 28 March 1888

SXW THE CLIMAX WIDNJDY MARCH 2S iSS Sunday will be Ea4er fitiiator BctiHett hao lite neatest law office In town Tliere wtte three fuuerals lu the cemetery uii last Saturday - Mr Newman of Wisconsin Is In the county luokiug for some line jacks Mr Win ArnoW Isoul again after a serous cold bordering on pneumonia A f pechtf choir will render beoHlifHl n ii ic at Hie JSpkoopiiI church on ser Sunday Mr Jake Whitn U t home from UeiTiJi and reports Hie mule market Jul He sold at fair prices ti Br L T of Wades Mill Ky Veterinary turgemi will be in Itioii moml on county court day See advertisement The MagMialtj have been called to assemble in Ihe Com Minus next llurs day April 8th to eonbiderttie raIroad question 1 uiuile is to Iwve anew national lihk Willi Mr M J fcjtreng father of Mr H J treog of this place ai one ti e directors T e new cutter lor Mesrs Crook e lltiitt Urineton arrived from 2u nk last week and k an eu vi ti ieilia of fashions Mayor Mitchells friends are press in Iliw lo bee...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 28 March 1888

II il THE RUSSIAN POLICE Three Systems of Kplonfi Directed by an Uuacrupulou ChleC Tkere ar three separate and distinct systems of polio each tf which is indepetwlerit ntths sthe ami bns a different dtk f ifc arc dirtrsted by one head the mighty Ures r The first system is the ordinary foree o patrolman atteh 94 is found ia all cities for the pravemtioa awl detec tion ef ordinary crime It is composed of veteran seWlers who wear the mili tary unlftrm nitd wear sabers in the streets instead ef clubs The second or gendarmerie k a large fcedy of special agents scattered all over the empire one or two in orery town who are snperior to the regular paliee and are authorised to call Bpett them at any lime to make arrests or to as ist in- invoetigatioHS They are well Lhowh to the public WMur a distifigiiiehiiig Hniftrm and their btrgfeiees is to deteet ami investi gate frattds upon the revenue to pre vet aad detect official dishonesty and to leek after the proper administration ef the seVeral...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 28 March 1888

1 I it r s THE RUSSIAN POLICE Three System f Baplona a Directed by an Uutcrupuloms Chief There are tkree seprate and distinct systems of police each tf which is independent nths thee and 1ms a diffareot dtWf fct fl sE dtritoted by one head Ue Htijjkiy Cross t The first svsUmh is lite ordinary foree of ptrotmon sneti sw is found a all cities for the prevention awl detec tion el ordinary erimc It is composed of veteran soldiers who wear the laHi tary uniform ami wear sabers in tho streets toetettd ef clubs The second or zeadarmerie is a large body of special agents scattered jill ever the omplre one or two in every town who are saerior to the regular poltae and are aHlboriaod to call Bpon them at aHy time to make arrests or to as ist in- investigations They are well known to the public wear a distinguishing Hoifirm and their Wetness is to detect and investi gate f rands npon the revenue to pre veot and detect official dishonesty and teloek after the proKr administration of the several...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 4 April 1888

c KJfr A cf l r rcf v WS35rSs J ii TOLTJME 1 t r r 7 i -- sjr ityiijifmrm IS tgMMffH a f ment An occasional nve o cioeK tea v social 1 ODD EXPRESSIONS An Amun Collfdlon tr Verbal llnlls and ISltimlrre Curious ways of expressing ideas ia English may be expected from foreign ers as for iiintnncc when the French man wm paid a call in this country and was about to be introduced to a family said Ah ze ladies Zen I vould before if you please ish to pur ify mine hands and to sweep miuo hair But tho various nationalities of the British islos arc sometimes not a whit behind in verlul hulls and blunders and in what generally be described as odd ways of putting thing It is said that when Constables aunt was dying the good doaf old lady said Anne if 1 should be spared to bo taken away I hope my nephew will get the doctor to open my head and sen if any thing can be done for mt hearing A Scotch publican wa complaining of his servant maid that she could never be found when required Shell gang oot ...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 4 April 1888

t H I 1 H i t ft THE CLIMAX rtlBUSIIED EVERY WEDNESDAY Climax Prixtwg Co FRENCH TIPTON Wm G WHITE J 1 Jbeir - - Editors riUCE PER YEAR 150 WEDNESDAY APRIL 4 iSSS The Legislature Las offered a reward of 5000 for James IV Tate A belief is gaining ground that Treasurer Tate iias taken Lis own lifehence his long silence S G Sharp of Lexington Ohairnian of the State Democratic tantral Committee has been ap pointed State Treasurer Congressman McCrearys bill for a Congress of Nations which we have heretofore mention as having passed the House unanimously has now passed the Senate FOR VICE PREMDEXT The Warrensburg Mo Journal Democrat is for David IL Francis nephew of L E Francis of this place and Mayor of St Louis lor Vice President That paper says Two years ago the great city of St Louis chose from ont the ranks of her active successful business citizens a young man for major Iroud of her wealth ami resting easily upon her finan cial stability St Louis had seen new cities spring into power...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 4 April 1888

THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY APRIL 4 i8SS Dr Thornton la etrlotftly sick uear iYoxtown Richmond now has the best gas In Kcu tacky- in The Kichmond Telephone Company is re organizing end will put iu Bell joatrumenU m mm Mr Tliod Covington lost Mh brood niar Mollie by Waxey valued at 300 -on Friday last Cpt Billy Wllkenton jailer of Fay ette county is slowly recovering from a dangerous illness - mn - Jake Collins pays he is going to run for Mayor and is going lo git thnr Eli with no defalcation Mrs H I While and Mlro Laura Shackelford were thrown from a phfeton on Monday but not seriously hurt Dr Lewi Veterinary surgeon of Wades Mille was here Monday and lid a good business He tliiuks of lo cating here Mr and Mrs Gerald Willis have Tented the old lerter residence of C D Chenault on Main street and are mow keeping house Sli rifT Deatherase Samuel Bijrgpr statl Everett Berry and T J Potts left yesterday with tlie twelve priso ners for the penitentiary There ill be a special term of Cir cuit Cou...

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

h FARM AND FIRESIDE Th iin stioi m not what could lie done if w hul certain other things but w hat can we do to make the Bioit of what e bate A shoep well fed and protected during the winter wiil yield in th spring two pan 1 ramv of wol tfc H oue that bw btui h rf s rved When Irati is albert in the churu in jrnuinHr form it is mtw overchurned P uu ling hatter R k ia a lump or larg nia5 k what erer churns it Warm water pot ia the eeJlar m cold nights to pro eat frMatag ftko M in closed vewb which warm up the air making it dryer wft KMt MMMtun iata it Greea Sponge Cake Two teacup ft mgar mm of cream tare of Hoar foaregxc mm teaspooafoi of baking oae teapooaal extract bake quickly act the lamp mbob a red if ycatyan not had tiate to a greea lamp mat pot a piece of eara hoard under the lamp ami yea will find the reflection apoa your week much more agreeable to the eyes than that from the red corer Creamed Apples Pare yoar fruit ami either scald or hake it natil saf MtimmAy aoft to pain i...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 4 April 1888

THE CLIMAX Supplement Vote for the railroad REPUBLICAN OOXVEXTIOX At a meeting f Madron county RciHlMtetitM lleld Ht tile Court house in JtleliHiond hi Saturday April 21st 1888 Gen O ahM M Clay waw eleeted Chairman mnl John Taylor Secretary The folhiwiHK resolutions e re ported by O V Huruain JS n and UliaililllOUpIV adopted lt We apjifove the eall of a Con vention of lle partv to meet in Slate Convention Ht liOUt Ville on the 2nd day of Iay nexl to ehom e an electoral ticket to delegates to the Nation al Iteiaildieau Convention at Chicago the M of June ami prepare for a thorough organization of ihe Itcpubli caii party of Kentucky in view of the approaching Presidential campaign 2nd We re attirm the jMiti eI prin ciples enunciated in tlie last Presi deulinl Mini Stale platforms am look hopelnlly to a time in the near future when they s4iall triumph ami our ad ministration lie elected oy tlie Ameri can iieotile to carry litem into full ef fort Tlie ineaiMtciiy of tlie party now in po...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 4 April 1888

GARDEN CITY KANSAS Doubtless the readers of your paper would like to bear from tlie above point which is situated on the North bank of the Arkansas River 402 miles Southwest of Atchison 419 miles from Kans as City 67 miles east of the Colo rado Btate line and 216 miles from Pueblo Queen City of the South west is the name which has been giv en to our youtiR and prosperous city and it deserves the lofty name for only a few years ago where the town site now Is was the home of the buffalo wild horse and antelope Starting from a settlement of less than a dozen ten years ago it lias become a city of the secong class and enjoy ing a certainty that in a few jears it will be a great city It has a popula tion of 8000 inhabitants now There can be no discount about this growing to be one ot the most thriving cities in the Southwest because it is sur rounded by 19000 square miles of as good hind as the globe can produce The question of the Eastern people is invariably What have you to make been ...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 11 April 1888

VM VOLUME I SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY A machine of one hone power T1 Irop 27000000 watctHW ge4g Z3 ytturc Type made from papr is the lVet norclty A process has heea jvtcntcJ ui England hy which -Urge type cm be aiade ftw jndp It is admitted by foreign olectri r in that the jtrngress mshUj m the TTi nl Si nes in the use of electricity is far in advance of that of any other i a i ipcp on injurious ineeets r A Lintner placed the total r i of insect species in the world a Of these found in the United bv 7 or SOW art fruit pests and a 3 v Jea t 210 atuk the apple Sriraits claim that a title mill 1 J it the Bay of Fniwly -would p n -1 -- VYMlOuO horse power twelve 1 - a lnv litis distributed elect ri r a J sold to every State in the U- i would save the coal supply v lit limes the pressure of an arte t f w of water results from a gas j in9tcnl of from a hifh head cJ na Dakota for instance bag ik r -1 artesian wells 1000 feet deep u j to 2S0 pounds pressure but are no hijh places near by to give...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 11 April 1888

5 i is i ill THE CLIMAX rUBLISHEB EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THE Climax Feinting Co FRENCH TIPTON WM U WHITE I- - THE LEGISLATURE- Editors PIUCE PER TEAR 150 WEDNESDAY ATRIL n 1S8S Ex Attorney General Brewster died ih Philadelphia on last Thursday Topoka Kansas went largely Democratic in the city election last week and Jim Bell and Bank in Maeon have shouted themselves It will be difficult to find a successor to Mr Chas J Bron steR who will prosecute with equal skill and ability But if he sees more profit in the practice of law than there is in the office of OoutmoRwoalths Attorney it can t be expected that he continue m oMee It is not only a mans privilege bt his duty to do the beet he ch HAS GIVEN BOND Kentuckys new Treasurer Judge S G Sharp has given ImhhI and is ready to enter upon the duties of the office The bettdtftneH are 0 W Fouchee Milton lOHHg D 11 James John S Bhelps P P Johnston James II Mulligan Mitchell C Alford L M Land W D Nichols J W Rhodes J T Slade Jolm Ready and John G ...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 11 April 1888

THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY APRIL n iJS i tut of Claims next Mtuidity v i 1 c iiigton MHelielld an i uiferueii Farm fir stile near HMiiutni Sere aJwitisciiieiit Two resulrtteea are building m the Powell addition Tin1 tu hotel and the tiew railroad wi 1 ctnie arm in hi hi Tlit re are iiiue residences lu CMiree cf c juftnictMrti iti UtekHMMtd A number rf imrties wnwt Squirt J II Powell to btand fur Mayor of Kithiii Id I he LegiaUUwe Ims changtd the liutMif holding Cwmiiiwi Pleas Curt in tlas county Mr II B Dillingham wants law east of lwn and an u iv fi r his hi will gel It Nsvtr employ a hwHr h1h Is mi fjcasiiS terms with aH tmderiaker M i gtin Critic J Reed will deliver the I O O F MMiivetsary Hd4res at Mt infi Ihe 2ih T re uuly Ctiurt f Claims meet on i cm Moiday Ail IStli TiewsHt i nii gaint ihe euuuty ie longest fretglit train we have f i trcii on tlie KenlHeky Central t j e i lir ugh IlMiiMimd tjuiHltty A t U Valued al 5WW the IMmperty j i jt K 11 Terrill died il It dis t i lat week aM...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 11 April 1888

i t f 1 5 JENNY LINDS SYMPATHY TTta Unman SIpollloa of the Fuou Swedish Xlffhtlncae CTirt7 delicate health neglect and griof marked tho early life of Jenny Lind bat instond of hardening her character and making It cynical and selfish these early trials made the great singer a noble woman sympathetic and charitable to all who sttflen d in mind or body When she had become the dim to whera all Europe was open and who was ooartc4 by managers she insisted that no engagement with them should prevent her singiHg for any charitablo pat pose Thy would hare pah her geaereHsiy to remain silent save on specific nights but Jenny Lind would nse her voice in charity work when awl where she pleased A writer gives two anecdotes illttstrativc of her sym pathetic nature and hor determination to have her own way She arrived in a small town in En gland where she expected to rest for a day er two before going to a large oMjr To her vexation she discovered that she kml been announced for a monster concert...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 18 April 1888

j rj - i 5 V lOflji Hiki V T5Kc3C53 j VOLUME I THE RICHMOND XICHOLASVILLE IR VINE AXD BEATTYV1LLE RAIL- ROAD PIMirOSITlOX Statk of Kksttckv Maiumin County Ctiuirr v April Trrm Aril 5h ISSS J Tint ilay appeared ly Counsel in ojuit Court ni rr than Hfty of the lX payers of MhiIIxhi entity mill piereiited tlieir writ I en appliuu tmn signed ly llitsm rwiutsJiiiK that the fjtiesiiHi of lfc cnWng hi behalf nf MniIimhi coMiity for twenty five hUiiIrcJ shares of the cnpiHl btock of tlie IllchmoiHl fkieliehipvillr Irvine Beattjvilte Railroad Company le rn1 uiitiid to the vote of the legal iieri of count j hihui the teims an l ciitKlitiott4 contained in t ukl wn iig the electHin to be held on the 2SU ilay of Ajiril ISSS Said apptiea lii lieretof we lodged in tlieCIeik Ortice is huw onleretl to Ikj rlletl ami j irad upon the records of this court By authority of an act of llic Gen eral A wembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky entitled An act to iii3riorte the Kiclimoiid NkjIioIus iilr Irvine ...

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