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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 18 April 1888

If If HE GLIM AX i i P fir IK I i rUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THE Climax Printing Co FREXCII TIPTOXl Wm G WHITE f - EtHTSRS PRICE PBU YBAIt 150 WEDNESDAY APRIL lS 1S8S Grub Orchard Springs are to be lighted by electricity Jmie 1st The Legislature is not exerting iteelf jh particular It ought to to go heme Mr Ohenault voted against ex tending the session of the Legisla ture to May 4th Ex Mayor Claude Ji Johnson of Lexington has been appointed Agent for the Pima Indians in Arizona The various Kepubiican con ventions in this State are generally indorsing Mr Win 0 Bradley for Vice President The Democrats of Clark county have recommended Mr II P Thompson for delegate to the St Lotiis con vent ion The State Prohibition Conven tioH ih session in Louisville last week indorsed Gen Green Clay Smith for President of the United States The dead lock in Congress on lite direct tax bill which had lasted lor a week was broken by the Democrats on last Thursday The consideration of the bill now goes...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 18 April 1888

THE CLIMAX eo i v v r 11 5 a It JMMA APRIL tLe I irl f Itaiw help H S ib S T re are ihw ttve rteieeH In cr t of 11 RlCilHtwud j J D Feeuey te building m nft in the TSitiiU addttisnt Mrlt raging at 8tte4wM Tkf tetn CKMt bet Wra Jen ttwt haye re- Tl c low cloc after y sis f nt j ut jttHir is m hale needy Caut r ttiiwni AiimiM i4iiped i oar of tI it t Atlanta ks t week tty Mr Jake ttM lilt HMtl kH I- dull M vi Fa jImo Smith lias bought a lot H jic Jniif R- Mi Itr iriac n Laii cat er jeiiue and will unild thereon Cati 1 1 iJ j Speed Htitli has been re 1 it mIh of the IrviHe Klflep CVtam R Ti JJurttniH rescued Jlr V II Butt WM ill Iuh j ts icri j c aijs Hks Icr was Ii raciired iti February by a fall re Jack FreeWH ami Kd Rww i I hu reeeivtd 4aH8 umi nxiS i mi i f r their ww rtshUiK on L im avenue r Jake Hat ketl U bull JIhr a reai dt n the Mte of the Sqttire Uaek i ue Uiitt wiw banted amiv lumtll i utM Ked Hote e m mi m A iit gni wouihii Mhtfily MartiHwft i It under a 5150 ImmmI for btea...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 18 April 1888

if i n it N i ii4 M I CREOLE ECONOMY Vry Dlh Prvpmrrd from Flan U Gen etmly Designated Weeds Tho Instinct of ccohohij is tlio birth right ol the Creole mistress a legacy banded down from one ganoration to anothor Under licr supervision the dally bill of fare passes and with her awn hands she prepares mayonnaise bisque ices coffee nud the various dainties that grace her table With a few onions a little lard a quantity ef colory peppor salt and water she will brew a most savory aenp at a minimum of cost Tho tender stalks of the thistle when boil ed awl served with oroam gravy do not astray their plebeian birth When pease are belled the pods instead of being thrown away are cooked to to palp maskel through a colander and served while hot with butter and pepper Pea pods and the cars of sweet corn form a basis of a delicious iHmor broth The coarse outer leaves ef lettHCe are cooked like splnaeh awl are scarcely less tooth some Lettuce leaves are also fre quently fried in butter Nothing f...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 18 April 1888

s I 1 k rt EH I V I I - ti w I N CREOLE ECONOMY Savory Dlstie Prepared ram IUants Gsn ermlj Delfiiatl as Wmlk Tbo Instinct of economy is thoblrtn ngbt of the Crcolo mistress a legacy handed down from one genoration to another Under her supervision tie bill of fare passes and with her awn hands alio prepares mayonnaise bisque ices coffee and Iho various dainties that grace her table With a few onions a littlo lard a quantity of cclory popper salt aRd water she wiil brew a most savory seup at a minimum of cost Tho tender stalks of the thistle when boil ed and served with cream pravy do not astray their plebeian birth When pease are boiled the pods instead of being thrown away are cooked to to palp maskcl through a colander and served while hot with butter and pepper Pea pods and the ears of Bweot corn form a basis of a delicious summer broth The coarse onlor leaves ef lettace are cooked like Bpinaeh and are scarcely less tooth eome Lettuce leaves are also fre quently fried in butter N...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 25 April 1888

pe 5 I il VAN iO O -- - - v j J 3TsFa5a G3 VOLUME I THE RICHMOND XICiIOLASVlLLE lit- MNE AM BEATTYV1LLE HAIL- KUAD PROPOSITION bTATK OF KBXTCCKV Madison County Court April Trrui April 5th 1SSS J Tlis day appeared by Counsel In pj lii Court nvre than fifty of the resi dent ts payers of Madison rtiHliity Rijd presented their written applion ti n Mgnetl by lliem requesting that the q letfion d subscribing Iu behalf c f Mailin coHHly for twenty five hundred t hares of the capital stock of ti e Kidiiuiiiil STieholaMVille Irvine I5iait3ViIle Railroad Company be pl mtted to the vHe f the legal trs ol s aid oooHty ttpmi the terms an I cliuhiHHis contained in fcakl nil mg tlie election to be held on the IS I day April 1SSS Said applica ti i leitlofore lodged in the Clerkfa Of t r is now onlered ti be filed ami H it 1 upon the records of this court 15j authority of hh aet of the Gen eral Av enibly of the Ounniunwealtii ci Kentucky entitled An act to Iurj -rate tlie Wcninowl Nieliolas ie Iivin...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 25 April 1888

If I - 3 I V t u Sgy THE CLIMAX nDUsllID EVBRY VfENB8V Climax Printing Co ikinchtiptox aiMTWi f G WHITE S PRICE PBU YKAir 160 WEDNESDAY APRIL 25 1S8S t OTY DEMWStATlC OSXVKKTWX ItMMS DEMOCRATIC CoCXTY COX- VKjrriox RicwMOKD Ky April 13 1 SS6 1anwuit to the call issued by tlie Democratic State Central and Executive ComtnitLee the Detnoc riCfof Madison cohiiIy will meet iii raase convention at the court hose in Richmond Kv on Satur day Mas 5th 1SSS atl oclock p to select delegates to the State Convention which meets at Lex ington Ky Wednesday May 16 1SSS to choose deleHtes to attend the National Convention at St Louis June 5th 83 The ratio of Kepresenbtiion will be tne del egate for each two hundred and fraction of one hundred votes cast in this county for Buckner and Bryan at the Ausust election 1867 C D Chkxault Chnrin Dem Co Com Vote for the railroad The zailroad election k Satnr dmr Mr Conkttngs estate is valued at i50000 lr Ajnew an eminent physi cian of Kew York is dead Four tho...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 25 April 1888

pw THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY APRIL 25 iSSS Vote for tho raliroatK -- Tlie Railroad election if Saturday MrTttltotiBliankb new residence is well under headway The Richmond Social Club gave a delightful hop on Monday night The BJiiaxza Roller Mills now have sn unusually neat and caiiYvuleni oOiM Dr John M Foster Is making a new htu out f the Dr McCreary resi ding Two letters one fornud the other against the railroad were omitted this week W W Figs W to MrCurry the John G Colo jdace at Mt Pleasant fjrSJOOO Mr C K Tudor is building a resi dence on Second iireet tiecund lot from lie Methodist church Heboid our bupptement and what is txreinrly marvelou is it is all home prut 1 gosh ir A letter from Glasgow ptatee that E er H T Daniel v lio was seriously il now much improved S DiutlH Co put up in their con feeloiiery Iat wetfc a -team engine for running their ice crMln freezer Tire Bunanea Hiiller Mills eolil on M i dy t CoviHjston Arnold Brother 25000 nmds of Aciua flour Mirii Lult P Shearer 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. — 25 April 1888

i If 1 I i I I rs DR HONE LHCTORES OX STl FPS AS TUE SECOND OF THE SERIES Dr James Lewis Hon e leoturetl last evening at the Polytechnic Society on Hie suVeot ef Breailstufis it being tlie Hwod leeture of tlie series cm Wlwt We But In opening tle general blraeture ef tlie grains wan xUeH f ami Illustrated by means of tlie Hte Hgiit wllli photographs of grains ami starches In general be fcftW the mtlefcle of a grain coiificts of weedy llbre ainl mineral matter Tlie iww eewttag is of nitrogenous or ttoh pnMlMehtp MJkMHuee while tlie Hrierfer of the grain is March a heat or foree pwdtieer The met widely ued of all grains is wHestt whieh in of uakHoun origin Its extended u e is owing to f event fts It Is easily separated from its afarif H yields a large amount of flour K make the lightest breatl awl ttte nnqMM tien of floii frmiiig ami bowe jtrwilueiHg wths tauew is a ttitfaory Mtte fur a foot Wlien wbeMt is gitMHtd to flHr gome f tbe material is VoM and te avoid Ibis n liole wheat flow...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 2 May 1888

JS ib VOLUME I LANGUAGE OF COLONS Ideas and cntlrornu Which Are Klpv Aied by DltTrrrnt line i Tuc three primary colors red bine anl Tilow are tke base o tho Ian piagc ami the secondary line from the blending of which tho most cited and delicate tints nre derived c rrc pond to the grammatical rooti of t ioken tongues j KeJ is swarm color Its type js fiunJ in the rainbow or prismatic spectrum and the common wild poppy i It is indicative of jubHatioR victory ami anient love By the law of oppo ce that is to say on the old principle j th r extremes meet it is the emblem of h Jhcd ad rereHje In mclisrral art blue was eminently tymboical Air wn typical of im n rtaity and it became the custom to c w tli mSih of children with- blue c h The ceiling of churches were p iiid blue and p wderod with stars to n pi cient the canopy of beven over 1 ftithuL This color was used in by the old masters to typify ti Ast and the Virgin Mary is fonnd n V lr works elothed in a Wue mantle la h rose shields Mie...

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

I k li i t i li F l n l THE CLIMAX ri r BUSHED EVERY WKBKESDAY Climax Pointing Co TRENCH TIPTON Wm G WIIITK I MM PRICE rBB YBAR 150 WEDNESDAY MAY 2 life enritaeUy hoped that the Lagnlalure will adjourn on Fri- dqr The United SuUes Oowrt of Cbuiw has decided adversely Uie Johnson cotton claim from Lex ington for 440000 e The Democrats of Indiana in State Convention endoned Cleve land and Gray for the National ticket and nominated Courtland C MaUon for Governor Rev K L Heermence shot and killed himself in the pulpit at White Plains N J on Snnday necauac the congregation refused to raise his salary Why didnt he snoot the congregation Four thousand immigrants land ed in Nw York last Snnday Let them come to Richmond and acatier ont along R N I A 13 K R Waco will soon want a thousand more population Hon A T Ciienault has de monstrated conclusively that lie prsjrses a gcol large amount of hackbone He was solid for the railroad from eend to eend and mow the railroad is solid for him Mellvil...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 2 May 1888

THEOLIMA WEDNESDAY XV 2 iSiS - i ii i m Several nurses stolen See ad B rea College U lo have electric hglit Richmond badly needs an Opera House Fair Grouudij will be otlereil for sale Saturday I -- I Cook Pxtls nUl put bis slreet sprink ler to work in day r two AWr John W MePhurson U put In in a hundred acrea trf corn Oectnc light at Bonanza Milts Uitu ed tn last uigiit Call ami fcee it Bie supplement for religious es pecially tlie Sunday Felloe program Mr Claude Smith lias doubled tbe fiis f bis residence ou Second street Mr D M Lackey I- clotig out his gjxlsat Lancaster te go to Kansas Water Mreet lias been extended into t new street tbrouglt tbe Barlow I erty A laitjs beavy Waek kid glove No G ie witb red braid found ou Sec ond street Call Mr O It Hanlinjr of IsalrrjaMer ft rmerly mail mnte irsnt ttu tbe K C b now clerk at the Willis House Me mltcreant cut tbe tongue out d tbe horse of M A Higgerstafl at tlie Fostowu ejection oh Saturday C pt A J Mention has a brier root pipe tha...

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

Hi I- h - i t N V BENDING FORWARD Serious DIsontcr Which Cornel or Com presiion cX Blood Veeli Every one knows that stooping lor ward particularly aflor rising quickly fcvni the bed ia th morning when the stqwaeli is empty and the heart lms less than onlinary support lrom ie rkwera Mow the diaphragm b very apt to occasion a form of f tint Bess vertigo not unlike that wlich oeeur in seasickness Wt do not at the moment speak of the faint ness aad giddiness from oerebral tnxmia which are directly eoaseqoeBt upon suddenly assuming the erect after long continuing in the reetimueat posture hut of the more alarming sa sation of being in the caster of objeots which are rapidly passing away nsiial ir front left to righ with loss of power to stand or ewH sit and aw almost nightmare feeling of inability to call fur help or do any thing to avert a catastrophe while thronghout the ex perience the suiarer retains aouteooa seiousisass This we say k familiar as one at least of the effects not uneom...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 2 May 1888

THE CLIMAX Supplement PERKINS Protracted meeting begins at Salome Methodist church first Sunday night iu May Bev J N Ison presiding Died near this place Oscar Jackson son of Charley Jackson Friday April the 27th of pueumouia aged eight months Sunday school was organized at Bethel Christian church the first Sun day Mr Charley Bergan and Mr James Perkins as Superintendents DRIP RUCK The following is a short sketch of the people that live in this vicinity They are the Virginia type General ly speaking the people nl the moun tains are free hearted and kind ready and willing to lend a helping hand to those who are sick or iu distress Many of the people who live iu the mountains can not read nor write Like others they have their faults Some prophecy of the coming weather by the moons changing Some oppose any and every thing of an enterprise SILVER CREEK Mr E C Kelson shipped last week three more loads of walnut logs one from here and two from Paint Lick Mr G W Nelson went to Frank fort Mo...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 2 May 1888

RELIGIOUS Rev Wm Crow preached at Irvine on last Sunday Dr Savage will preach in the Methodist church Sunday morning at 1 1 oclock Rev Preston Blake left on Monday to attend the Baptist Convention at Rich mond Va Rev Dr Hender on will preach at Providence church next Sunday morning at 1 1 oclock Mrs Laura E Francis will preach at her residence Sunday afternoon at 330 oclock The public cordially invited Rev Henry Scudder D D for thirty years pastor at ElizaviUe Fleming county has been unanimously called to the pasto ral charge of the First Presbyterian Church at Harrodsburg at a salary of lSoo Bishop Dudley will sail soon for Europe to attend the Lambeth conference some times called the Pan Anglican Synod which convenes in London early in July Most of the American Bishops are expect ed to be in attendance upon this occasion The annual meeting of the Madison County Bible Society will meet in the Christian Church next Sabbath evening May 6 at 730 Dr Savage and others will address the m...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 9 May 1888

hi XJb - JJ f i f -1 j r tr i f M - rx y s5 VOLUME JR RUSSIAN COURTSHIPS How Cirli Are Wooed itnd Won In tha MtMcnvtte Kmpre The Cuntes KorrigVovr of St J I I lMcur Russia has been leaking tlic tour I the bwts uurtit tlie Inst c x m mtis and bas keea gtopniBg i I i iklvn at the home a frimtl for t cr tlirce weeks before departing f r I r buio Speaking to h reporter cfc at lups in RttMta saM I iu1 tell job a story of love aiu iia Russia In this my ooantry ren and nowcB differ somewhat from t 3 A u rc ins and those of oilier c - They are inclined to be a little r T noiistrative lees given tp oon c j t feelings of the heart and s n I nod to regard money as a ii ay consideration in the settle r - t f affairs of the heart Whon a H - m girl loves nhe love with hor and being Her levesur n everv obstacle It I ihc ciirtom of Russian yosng f s to meet together by appointment n I long stormy winter evenings ft t ig the ltouse of each by tarn T crcnings pleasure begins by the y - men inviting t...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 9 May 1888

h 1 i a i l V THE CLIMAX riBLlHED BVBRY WEDNESDAY -BY THE- Climax Feinting Co i ascii TIPTON Vm O WHITE J Gmtms PIUCE PHIt VTSAB 150 v DNKSDAY MAY Pjg Iron Keltey of iiiij made a speech in Congress it Tuesday of last week in which Jit was severe on Kentucky ch irking illiteracy and other short c rmn s Governor JlcCreary in a well worded and 1 uited effort of thirty minutes a t r which Mr Kelley gracefully n racied what he had sail u Wirt Adams Post master Jackson Mississippi a i Confederate otfieer during 4 1 late war and John Martin t Jir of the New Miseissippian I j Vhod at Jackson killed each r in a street fight on last I t rfday Adams fired three -Its and the fourth cartridge failed to fire Martin fired four shots Adams was shot through the heart and Martin through the breast and leg Adams never spoke and Martin merely gasped Im killed The trouble grew out of the killing last spring of It D Gam tadl editor of the Prohibition paper by James L Hamilton Adams was a friend of Gambre...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 9 May 1888

THEOLlMAX WEDNESDAY MAY 9 i6 165 round trip to Lexington The Fair Grounds were bid in at S10W0 Tlic slalllou exhibition Mouday was fplclidid The four banks a Rtolimond show 55SI3749 individual deposits Poteen 00k the rich Distillers fctahe at Lexington races Monday The Stte Teuehera Association colored will convene In Richmond July 3rd Rev W Crow lias grazing for cows mlmlf mile from tewu Good water In be field Decoration Day ut College Hill Sat urday May 8ih 1 V M P F Adams President 2so district had a better Seiiutor tluui tui in the lately deeraed General AssemWj Gentry BrutUers aud other bought a number of horsed and mules here Men day at good prices In the supplement this week Mr B J Newloiis addrtbs aud much other valuable informal ien Mr K It Buruam aud wife huve re moved into the Dr Harris residence receuily vacated by Rev V Y pard Tlie Louisville Southern men have beeu up in Kstill county to bee w hat the people will do for the road aud are no in Lee The Legislature gave th...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 9 May 1888

Hi 11 il i if v I I t DIAMOND COLLECTIONS Xadtes Who Consider Precious Stones th Safest Form of Investment Wealthy men ia society have adopted seaietaiBg new ia Ike way of gifts fir tfceic larainine relatives These are as sabsteatial as bnk aotos or stocks whereas ia beauty they are as artistic as any that oonM be designed They have takes the ferm of precious stones and sore parUcaUrly diamonds Be coatiy I ws shown a celleetioa of un set diamonds which a wealthy society lady had received from her husband who is a prominent physician in tills city There -were thirty ia the collec tion aad they represented New Year and birthday gifte They varied in sUe from oae carat to five carats aad -were of the purest water As the lady unrolled then in their chamois cover ing they Uaxed like so many little olectrie lights My husband site said believes ia giving e seek preaeaU as will re tain their valae aad ia eace of need can always be disposed of Ia this queer world of oars where fortunes rise a...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 9 May 1888

m B MR 15 J NEW MIXS ADDHESS Fellow Membtrs of the Independ ent Order o Oid Fellows Ladies avd Gim LEMtN Those of you who may have had am expenence in the news paper business are familiar with the would be frieni of the press who is ever ready and anxious to furnish the editor ith a suppv 01 clwce matter for his paper both original an I selected such as sprin pottr in its season and out of season a- well lines on the death of the old faini horse one that did cavalrv er ice in the late w ar or a clipping from his eastern agricultural journal on the best mcai s of preventing hog cholera or an infallible remedy tor chicken gapes for the very unselfish reason that he thinks you need something to fill up I see you catch the point and have antici pated me in making the application When it was determined to have this cele bration the 69th Anniversary of Odd Fellow ship in America the committee on programme found they had a twenty minute gap that mutt needs be filled and w ith a unanimity t...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 9 May 1888

AT TUB CAPITAL lOBfruaposKtwcc Cum ax Washington D C May 5 188a A visit to WashlnKlon at this season f tlieyer would not fail to convince even tile mot skeptical of tile won derful beauty of Hie city hihI itsstir rc muling Jut now tlie numerous parks are rilled with blossoms The fountains stauary and public build ings ami the broad avenues llnetl with trees hIiMi Hie just now adorned in the fresh screen foliage of early siriHK all contribute to render tlie scene at once i leading anil attractive Allho4Kii Hie President finds that hid time hi nuiie lully occupied u con sidering the numerous trill that aie daily being transmit led to liim by Congress for hi- approval he ha- been unable to resist the emptatiou to ven ture out for an ooeasio al drive hInkiI the city and during lite mst week he has spent much of his time in the country At au early hour every morning he leaver the White House iu a sidebar buicgy drawn by one of the celebrated seal browns unaccompa nied except by a large r...

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