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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 22 August 1888

7 I 1 f fi IT PARIS BANK RUNNERS How Notes and Draru Are Collected In the Frrneh Metropolis Certain employes of the Bank of Prance wear a gray livory that is well known ia overy part of tlie olty I refer to those wbo are intrusted with the work of presenting and col lecting etes and checks They carry a leather wallet fastened te the body ly a stent steel chain that is pretty sore to be filled often with a Tory large sera of specie and occasionly Ihey are called on to defend this wal let at the risk of their lives as was the case of a habit gris who was attneked and stabbed in the neck the ether day in a house on Rue Tiqao teBBe where he had gone to collect a Bete er draft or something of that sert Some days in the month these rgroeas de recettes have to be mere than usually active as for in stmee en the lit and 15 th when there is always a deal of paper falling due and besides these there are foar or six ether eurs deeheanoe It is not at aM unusual for n rHnner to liavo ewe hwtdred ...

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 August 1888

d TOLUME DEL- A BRIDGE 22 MILES LONG ijt is Intended to Connect England and trance prls Correspondence Y World The recent debates in the House of IConiMons relti e to the project of nR tlle Clwooel have been watched wi Rrent Interest By tlie irencli I 1r flin fcjr fllia TCnnllbli c iwVj uieircij niniMiuiu islam Ir Ve thw ever do tliejr fear an ij frjn the French const should the iluntl be pierced In valn dil1 Mr jajtJe recall to the memory of hla Ip jEpatrlotK the ract mat lor ten cen lj3riesFraree lias been invaded many more tlaif J i rJEad cnjjland Ihv Fiance the members of jDtt by a vote 305 against 167 re- vetl the bill is tne question r - iI 7 fw a 1pannli mam i V ouneti i i iunuwiui rat exifts in spite of liouatuhorica tia ly ttie English Parliament As gr ju Wntkiu said at Westmins ter Palace the French company tizvu ly the name of Submarine Inroad Company lias already spent ov000 franc This company lias frProiuent JI Lon bay lor Vice Present M Itaoul Duval men who dcvne tlici...

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 August 1888

I t I a I - I THE CLIMAX TOtMJSHEB EVERY WEDNESDAY Climax Printing Co FltEXCH TIPTON i WM U WllllC PRANCIS FDR G0VKRN0R ElHTeRS PRICE PER YEAR 150 WEDNESDAY AUGUST 39 1886 Democratic Ticket FOR PK SiDKNT GROVER CLEVELAND OF XKW YOHK PK VICE TRBSIDBNT ALLAN G TQURMAN OF OHIO FAR CONeRB9S JAMES B MoOKEARY W MAIMSOX More tkn sixty cases of yellow fever are now under treatment at Jacksonville Florida One hun dred cases in all have appeared and several deaths occurred Cleveland sent a message to the Home on the Fislrcries question that knocked all the foolishness ottt of the howlers who have been saying that he was too much of an English tody to suit them Col Sam A Walton lias been elected President of the Kentucky Democratic Club at Washington He k a typical Kentuckian and will look imposing at tlte Itead of suck an organization Stan ford Journal Mr HtMi man opened tlte cam paign by a great speech at Iort Huron Michigan in which lie demonstrated a vast knowledge of the tariff question a...

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 August 1888

F m 1 a frjE CLIMAX N AUGUST J9 8 in at DuteHTs i ing and telegraphy al j irsih without extes icWrge j eJ Tcacherf I imitate k in Hathaway of Berea V 2 Knr Scott vriK sell the Hogn a E litoa ot Tfeesuay Sep- lo I nes J M CampbeM j wis Evas Teris Bettie t l it town late or Main street s j Situ day Terms eay Sec r Cw c s the twelfth of George i B bat a mchnttg Mj T it - j - ate w ptemifel and 1 lie out on the streets alt odv steals nd Thanrnm arrived in c dA last week There are T x- Bushs a J their names j J an J Thanaan A - V L Crutcher as executor of his istlagoad farm not far from m i WcJnc day It will be sold in I tan uawnoic o aareruremtnt - C ChenauK has been hi i cks with fever bat expects to it Monday His brother ut M clicnault 16 in bed with 1 11 Cujer sold last week to a lies eight hand red mountain lo Mr W D Gregory 10a anJ to Col O H ChenaaH 1 inJa T Million Comity 1- Public Schools is super- rk of the Teachers -cut care and reports i V quality of teachers M lackson Secret...

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 August 1888

1 1 j V ec V b f i V ADELE AUS DER OHE On of the Iato Abbo UsxIj Mod rroinll luff Pupil AVin threo Mtd a kalf years Id Aui Arts tier Oho Heal gave evidence of Lcr reiuirkfiUa talent An oWor sister was strammtnx Anlkfs II IWio on day in the nursery where ti children were at play When so katl finished the tiny A lcIc crying lek Ieh bogged to be placed on the stool awl to their astonishment repeated the ontire waltz giving the correct hass with bcr left hand Mamma Papa cried the children ia chorus as they threw open the door Come Come and hear Adelenea There was great rejoicing that day ia the family Ohe The parents themselves began at oaoe to instruct her in piano pi ay ing In her fifih year she became acquainted v ith the talented musical oouplo took her to Hans vonBulow t r advice Irt me first look in her cveV he said and continued Yi 9 ther e really k music there II proposed that she he placed Tinder his instruction at Munich where he was then residing but the fond parents coald no...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 5 September 1888

f ji H1 1 Iiyi HyJ VOLUME II JipbiA COIMY TEACHERS 1NSTI I I 13 Ci iv V MAY MOWrtKC r In titute met the basement FcvtenH ebweli Me4ay rsN The meeting was opened Miss ArnoH premUng at the a ihort a4 appropriate pray- j itoa Mrs Million call- Tlie ekctiofi of Secretaries - i kr Mr T J McKmney inrie llarcoarl -were clcetca f ilie inclemency of the mere- 7 lt rcre m attendance and it was C c lent to adjourn until the MTFRNOON SCSMOK ciicJ with aitfic and roll call K nnej who had bees elected ned to serve as sach and c Pulley was nominated and We listened to an interesting vc talk from Prof Elliott and he best method of teaching e oral and written Spelling n LvnJuct classes in Spelling t uiscussed was Reading its j tue and what it includes - i me for the day having been ut meeting adjourned I E D Y MORNING the inclement weather the n t meet promptly at nine - hoar Matte Mtu Ayrcs lie organ Prayer by Prof i ung its different modes of c necessity etc was fully ex- ne members of the Institu...

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

5 sjgpvSWJ5PWPBPS THE CLIMAX riBLZSHED EVERY WEDNESDAY Climax Feinting Co FRENCH TIPTON Editors- Wji G WHITE PRICK PER YEAR 150 WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1BS8 Democratic Ticket FOR PRESIDENT GROVER CLEVELAND OF JCEV YOKK IfR VIOE rRBSIDBNT ALLAN G THURMAN OF OHIO FOR CONGRESS JAMES B McCKEARY OF MADISON What the farmer needs most is a home market in which he can purchase hie supplies as cheaply hie oeaipotilors Speaker Car- TAWFF This is Allen G Tlmrmans definition of it The tariff is itotbiiig but a tax imposed by the General Government upon goods wares and manufactures imported into the United States for sale the effect of which is to raise the price of everything upon which it is put and not only to raise the price of m articles upon which it is put hat to raise the price of similar articles that are manufactured in this oettntrv COXGRRSSIuXAL CANDIDATES Democratic candidates for Con gress in Kentucky First District W J Stone of Lvoh county Second W T Ellis or Daviess ceunty Third T ...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 5 September 1888

HE CLIMAX JV nDAYSEPTBMBBR iS J iaC License Wa B Cornell 1 1 j Majgie i oimer ylTjr Crctk wm Mgher on last Uj y ia AiM hwciw iwujmn - v Morniban had a hand badlv gjt j c j ai me muiihij hhh oaiuraajr rrof J B Harris reports 95 pupils en J a c public scmkh uh Monday T z i n v rain on rcwajr kfeeclxd the pienic at BaWs near I rapine Smith is MMing a pretty crrc on portion of the James B til rrl liAvewe J s Eviim and Mrs FantcoAcr will fee J - residence on Alain D plist church next Saturday the -- V T King wW eH at White Hall r x Saurday hk farm store room l tosired that a large attendance ft si all will be sold D B Willis of KirksvWe who - on io ne napciccriy m nas ma- He - t ami thmks of driving up It 3 n n iJin few day s N B Deatherage sold last sZzv his Lrman lot on Main c 1 osite the Christian church to Mr Bennett for 2500 t assms Taylor property on Main 3i sold yesterday to Mrs Alex f i 4200 She wiM move to ar j occupy the dwelling ast services in the Methodist C r this conferenc...

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

1 u s THE YEARLY MEETING T e Most Important Religious Erent of the Ye sr In Quaker IMo Often e First Day lbs Friends as siiLled at the appointed time for vorship and SAt for more than an hour in absolute silence until one old gentleman in the high seats -would rise and shake haftds with another this being the signal that meeting had lwk as it was expressed among thaw The Quaker young folks were a jelly happy lot but the moment they entered the meeting house door they seemed imbsed with the spirit of devotion and were as grave and sedate as their oklers They are gradually discarding the pecaliar garb which WHiiam Fenn and his fol lowers were I have never seen i atiy adiesce so many women of Middle and old age who have preserved smooth plnrap faces and dear complexions as here Their belief that peace on earth aed good will to men should govern all oar lives is surely a good rle to live by if we may believe the impress it has left upon thoir countc nattees Of course there were excep ti...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 12 September 1888

1 v Vl A V V r VOLUME II C ASSICS Jt CLAY v ttoihsHomeiii Kesiaeky br Mr i markaMf Career The Peaeefl Bb4 ofaStaraiy Life i nwpoaAeM of Mm Whetting W InteUtaCMeer II iimond Ky JiHj 98 Tbtaooun t V aIion from wltleii I writr Is r ol Hie old nnd rieh IMe Grass ami friar large lav4MMits OOHHlles of t - ae It Una h rejiutatkm outside ti - ste as Hie borne ttf Capitis M i li fuiKMH aatifclavery agitaler t iIIuui days I am ire your j a tr vwll be hitwested in hearing t i ling about Mm lor lie still lives s iurs f ae epeeitiy thfee wlvo r nliilierllie ieeelt lie delivered at U j ut ujg in 185 sikI the exetteiueut t altouded it Ca 1 Clay as he ia familiarly I -vi was borH 1h tbteivHiHty irfVlr 1 g a parents awl inherited aiargeAir t - in iiU ami negroes But lie was t aeil at Yale College ami this ac c its for his Httli tJavery ldeP He i jjciI lliem at tbe Korili during his tJjraiinal frtHrn and never gave t mi u afterward He became an a locate of eiimHfliatiun in Ken t j and iu tliia iieltt...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 12 September 1888

n ST 3 r 4 THE CLIMAX PIBUSHBB EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THE Climax Pbiktikg Co FRENCH TIPTON Wm G WHITE J dsmgsaffigags Editors PRICE PER YEAR 150 WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 12 188S Democratic Ticket FOR FKBSIDKNT GROVEE CLEVELAND OF JJBW YORK FOR VICE PHHSIDBNT ALLAN G TQURMAN OF OHIO FOKCONORBSS JAMES B McOKEARY OF MADISON The United States Commerce OobimiUee test wek made a fHVor aWe report 011 the bill permitting Ike Rictttttoud NiehotasviHe Ir vine anil Beatiyville Railroad to bridge the Kentucky river o Retarns from the Arkansas elec iH6 slow that the Democratic caHdidate for Governor lion J P Eagle rocoivod a majority of 16000 and the other Democratic can didates were elected by big major ites When a man talks about the Mills Bill as free trade either lie talks without wisdom or he talks with intent to deceive the one or the other Either lte is an igno ramus or he is a rascal the one or the oUer Allen G Thurman The newspapers generally are expressing some anxiety about owe General Bradley...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 12 September 1888

5 THE CLIMAX 7iFsIAYEPTEMBKRi2 i8 I V tor UV ter wrk6 rl Court legfcu nest Monday X ic Clucago Rates ownmencori Moa- 12 - p S w is the time to atfwMwe IhefciiTeote of Richmond m m m - Him i Tc Dirtaw MOl will be tetd at puMtc jcn list Friday V- C C Smith reports much etckiteas c aiJ flux w e Wliitiiii dtatrtct K J tHcTribble aJvwtibejHcut of sev e - na for sale by executors of Alex- -- r Tibbie Mr J B WilK 1ms retired from the and ttas rented rooms in t j Tens property en Second street Cz a I niverwty witt begin Rs annual sc 1 l us morning A large number cl leis have arrived and there is 1 11 -e oi a FucceseAri year T c Lexington Press says BMty Devore 1 e t ic boss bus nan of the State J all the fairs this year and czi unic with his pockets ftllt 7 c VaJison National Bank building -- I Jlin Farleys store are having a - 7 c a of paint This will add mate r 3 3 lie appearance of Main street 1 - Independent Order of Immaculate w CLbrate their seventh anniversary in t 1 ace on Saturday ...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 12 September 1888

I I I 8 f I EHKJEHtLiSai nPfr ear krmmk p8SpP THE GERMAN BANL Perlpatotle Mujtelan Who OjnTJo Posed AH Oter the Hobo A more lugabnemt speataeJe than is piesutd by r Gorman baud droning forth Iierz meiii Hirz in front ef your windowia a snow storm itwoall be difficult to imagtee We suffer ranch from Garman bands tat we have only- ourselves to thank I lore music and I am possessed by the de lusion that k is my daty to encourage the praetiee ef instrumental execu tion Five or six yearti ago there was a band of eight or Blue performers who perambulated Norfolk and they mm to bm at least owe a laontb Whoa tky appeared I went oat to them aad gave them a shilling air in r aty snail modicum of German periodically awl receiving flattering eowpUmeats upon my promt notation These ppeple disappeared at last bat they were saecoedod by another band aad a vary inferior oe aad I took bat Mute Botiee of them There were seven of these performers a cornet and tar ctariot being prominent very Howerer t...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 19 September 1888

r n K ad iaw VOLUME II i i ecunng an erneteHt agency i I wealth and general ro Iu etturtrtietkMi and t quioinent hi s of lfMite to Insure our iii ifety and maintain lite IwMior h Ilch Httclt itational jtet lii the itroicctinn of our al d main atitl xtrytehhur be- in inI of a countrys iiul its tmtervath for the tvttier e i ueer ut our marvelous j a Mwitde ami aiueere reoog i f ilc wlwe of Amricau latwr I I i g tu the f enmlotn eare and junt a in laKHi of the interests of our TliMuien the limitation and -if ujfh mouHrfi tie 1 i i in iik s a interfere Hith lite and etriM lits witieii the e l iii i icltly claim a generous rt K r J nd i tre for our surviving tnddiers iii and hr Ue widows ami cl i of miIi that have died to Hie i i that while tire tfscUtlMi of t t nn ice ami aaerifteeH k quieken di e ilKtiuif ihtir jtenrioii fuird t iii iruKr ie may itreenled ii inn aiaint a s ervile immigra t i winch iiiJuriouy emmieteg with it ilnrmg men lu the Aeid of toil i idls t our jruUtrin an elett...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 19 September 1888

1 I f 1 i i it THE CLIMAX TV BLISHEB EVERY WEBNESBAY Climax Feinting Co FRENCH UPTON hwtrs Wm G WHITE J THICK PKU YEAIt 150 WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 19 18S8 Democratic Ticket FOK IHBeXBBNT OHOVKR CLEVELAND QV NBW Y8RK JPMt VICE PRBSIDBNT ALLAN G THURMAN OF MOO FMC OONGRBS6 JAMES B McOKEARY OF XADteOX Eleven ax white and Jive colored were drowned in the resent Hood at Augusta Georgia The Repbiicaii plurality in last weeks Maine election is less bv 100 than in 1SS4 Ie this a big Republican victory Riehard A Proctor the eminent scientist died of yellow fever in Now York on Wednesday The was contracted in Florida Governor David B Hill has been nominated for re election by the Democrats of New York Everything eeeme to be working in the Empire State precisely as k did four years ago Mrs Jane W McKee widow of Ool Wm R McKee of Kentucky who was killed at Buena Vista and mother of IX II W MeKee who was killed in the Corean war died in Pennsylvania on the 9th inst lite remains were brought to the ...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 19 September 1888

flE CLIMAX H Ic u i h Y bPThMBER 19 ibt8 bid for water works ed to only 10 cents by L ter and Ten family have re- r iv offers K privately a tripple wMs at Buck Muddy Creek tort wek -- t J man who doesnt paint u e soctsss to be the numbers The Clihax mi the effce houses i Moore lectured last night i Titnplars Lodge this place n aiain to night Democratic Ck will c i ourt -house on FrMay night All Democrats invited and Mrs Belle Pigg have 1 c lumdred acre bhte grass j Titts Creek turnpike not far n r V aiker of Garrard county sUlarer nrm sold publicly ile last Wednesday at 40 - fOo - benefit of the ceteren public tic will be an entertainment at J jira house on Irvine street This K a good move p j Toblc an aged colored man 1 ars an ewer m me unneu nu died on the 13th Campbell and Broaddus pubje change in the Cincinnati - it the past week extra steers No lariation in hogs heavy ooi5o Sheep 425 1 nder Tribbte has botteht of Taylor the Peter Smith prop- - V cBt Mam street and will prob er ...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 19 September 1888

if 1 1 M ESiV - ONYX ORNAMENTS Tier tbn Stnns Cems From nnd How II I Oat aM Oolored O irx is a Tarfeiy of agate oosist Iii of layers of rarijjate 1 ohaloedony arrange I in pturalM bands Tke colors of tke saooesdve slrita vary in different stones but in tke typical oiyx tley are black and white If onis of the layers consists of tbe brown chalcedony known as sard or tbe red variety known as carnoliaB tbe re salting stene is termed a sardonyx It was probably tMa kind of stone that originally suggested tbe name onyx from eaux a nail sinoe tbe oon trrsts belweea its layers remotely re sembles that between the flesh oolored part of tbe finger nail and the white lunula at its root When an onyx presents a thin layer of wbitish chal et doy spread over a black gnwnd the upper statam often exhibits a blu ish tinge and collectors at tbe present liof term sweh a stone Hiote evident ly a oorroption of the Italian dimin utive etweefe or little onyx The rinipal European depots fer these stones are ...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 26 September 1888

3s volume n rJlOFESSION AL OAjKDS DR A WILKES SMITH Ir E Limited tb Dextistry rrilCr -Smith BtiWlngMaii Street f 9 oo te i23eo M ieo to A jes2 tf J C MORGAN D D S j OFFIPE MaiH Mreet over Mndl sca NiiH Bakt IHobmond Ky DR M POYNTZ Fin ICIAN AND BURGEON OFHCE Seeottd street next to i At Drug Store JuueSStf G W EVANS M D rIYSiriAN AND SURGEON CrFICE r mmd street DRS TAYLOR ASHE F a i ner in MeritoiRe and Surgery RICHMOND KY C n irC SectHid rtreetover D vkea Crr rj Sore jcue22t DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET st Door to Luzons Up Stairs Fo luiee at Willis Howse e22H DR PHIL ROBERTS l rs his irofessHHial services to the t ilniR More ou hter Main Kiilinnniil Ky jtly27 ly DR U C AMBROSE FOUD KV 0 rt liours 2 to oclock in tlie - if T SEXSMITil M D IlIWCIAN AND SURGKON WHITE HALL KY i ln profeeMoaal services to the g7 y i Hkath J F Cokkrlisox HEATH COIINELISON Practicing Physicians IH HMOXD - KENTUCKY r r their pritfeeefonal service In the I 4janly DR GILES HARRIS WACO KY I Tl liid iirufeo lim...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 26 September 1888

i a- h u l c THE CLIMAX PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY Climax Phiktixg Co FRENCH TIPTON Wm G WHITE J EDITORS PRICK PER YEAR 150 WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER afi 18S8 Democratic Ticket FOR PRBHDBNT GROYER CLEVELAND F NBW YORK FtK VIOE PHH9IDBNT ALLAN G THDRMAN OF onie FOR OONGKBS6 JAMES B MoOUEARY OF XADiSOX Tfce Chicago Herald says Illi nois Minnesota and Michigan will spit out the Republican party a The United States Senate has retcrfved to appropriate a hundred thousand dollars to the yellow fever sssJTerers THE MILLS BILL On r first page this week we -ire the Mills tariff bill in full Thte is done in answer to numer ote expressions to see the entire document It is excellent reading d every voter should peruse it g HARRIS DEMOCRATIC CLUB This Club had a fine meeting FrHor nignt A number of new members were added and Goy J P liagie of Arkansas and Hon Dan W Voorheee of In diana were made lionorary mem bers Mr Charles J Bronstnn made an excellent speech and stirred up the members to renew ed work...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 26 September 1888

re B C Monday iSf1 C Hackctt was in town after a six weeks sickness w Ji foer He has bought of Overton 1 - a o acres of land at f So per acre RcaJ Covington MHcheJts new ad L in this issue of The Climax i find something that wlH interest j arJ be of advantage to you also Win Bord who sojourned for a spell c Olcr Creek this county has returned t 5 nome in Tennesree He is six feet st ra nclies high and weighs only 140 X- ales of the United States Top cr ical Suney was here last week sjis Richmond is his base for all Kcr j ky operations it Is so centrally a j and otherwise advantageous V administrator of hk father on Sat- Ji 39th Dr George W lan will sell the personal property a j as aent of the heirs wiH sell the -e and several lots in Richmond the Rayburn land containing gSj the Estill place containing 198 the Ballew place containing 124 All lands lay on and near Big Hill within 3 to c miles of Richmond The Miller place within a quarter of a mile of the limits of Richmond contain ing...

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