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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond climax. — 13 July 1898

Rats ltite Mbjt Cause Death. Richmond, Ky., July 11. Robert Long, a prominent farmer living near Cottonbery, this county, is in a dying condition as the result of a rat bite n ceived a few weeks ao. The rodent bit him on the finger and nothing was thought of it at the time. LaUr it began to swell and give him pain, the swelling extending to the entirj body. Four doctors are attending him. Honors for Lawton and Wood. Washington, July 9. Among the nominations sent to the senate Friday was that of J3rig. Gen. Lawton to be major general, and CoL Leonard Wood to be a brigadier generaL Gen. Law-ton is now in command of a division before Santiago and Col. Wood commands the 1st regiment of volunteer cavalry, "Roosevelt's rough riders." Veterans Reunion Will be Held in Atlanta This Month. Comrades: The Commander of the Kentucky Division United Confederate Veterans dhects your attejf tiou to the annual reunion of the United Confederate Veterans, to be held in the city of Atlanta, Ga., on July...

Publication Title: Richmond Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond climax. — 13 July 1898

WATCH FOR FROM SHAFTER. The Gentral Cables to the War Depart- nunt Illi Plan of Campaign In the Comlnt Uattle at nlm;o. Washington, Ju y 12. The war department Monday mad., public three tispatcb.es from Gen. Sha.ler received .n the early of Monday morning and about 1 o'clock Moj -ay afternoon. The following was received at 1:30 Plata, del Estk The navy has Tomiscd after bombardment be--ms to pet in clu&e to the harbor with some of their light draft boat-. If the bombardment is not quickly conclusive they will make tne attempt. As soon a- Henry's, reinforcements arrive we will surround the town and can knock it to pieces with iur light giins. Capt. Goodrich, of .he St. Louis,, assisted me very ably in disembarking troo s. Twenty-three minutes later the following was received: My plans for Monday are to keep up the bombardment of the trcuchis and city and complete the inv.s.uunt on tne northwest by the troops which .iave just arrived at Sicon -y. one regiment of which, the 1st Ill...

Publication Title: Richmond Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond climax. — 20 July 1898

VOLUME 25. era Hjp pa; rHJEl Pjgj rays! fJS E3E Pi MB pal 3 2 00. 2 50: 3 00. 3 50. 4 00. 5 00. 2 00. 2 50. 3 00. 3 50. 4 00. 5 00. SRiJarrtiJBfrSrrtiJl MEN'S SUITS $ 5 00 for 0 00 for 8 00 00 for 12 50 for 15 00 18 00 .' YOUTH'S SUITS S 5 00 for 6 00.. for t 7 50 for 9 00 00 for 12 50 for 15 00 for KEEN'S PANTS for for for for for for CKILDEENS SUITS for for for for for for )f?. FRED SMITH. DENTIST. .US-Office, over Collins' Grocery, same office lately occupied by Dr, "W. V. Burgin. f)R J. C. MORGAN, DENTIST. 3Officc over Madison National Bank, Richmond, Ky. Dr. Louis I. Uskfi, No.608 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, will beat Mr. J. B.WUUs,f Richmond, Ky., on WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1M&, 1895. returning cverv second Wednesday of each month. Befereece every physician of Richmond, Ky. ' feblWy.. Idea A- 2 Wteokatfctek or we wmii tfcsatovMf $ 3 75 4 50 6 25 7 50 9 50 for 11 50 for 13 50 5 3 75 4 50 5 75 6 75 7 50 9 50 11 50 1 50 1 S5 2 25 2 50 3 00 3 75 1 60 1 85 2 25 2 50 3 00 3 7...

Publication Title: Richmond Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond climax. — 20 July 1898

ft' I tjfe 4 if f ?! tZSffl - ff . - rjFZ&n&Mr "" - X' The Richmond Climax.! E EH. K1IXIUAY KY Ths Climax Printing Oo.jJ J. C CHESAULT. . a. Mii.i.rjf. t Proprietors and Editors. a li M10OOS, U ce.bf. .'or. miCK lBlt - KAII, $.50. WEDNESDAY. JULY 2 DEMOCRATIC TICKET- FOR CONGRESS, HON. GEO. G. GILBERT, i OF SHELBY COUNTY. Grneki.J. S. "Williams, known as. "Coiro Gordo," ujeil after several weeKs illness at liis home in Mt. Sterling last Sumlav, in the oiphtieth year of his age. lie was a liero of tw o i ars. Thb Commercial CInVh edition of the . Morelicnd Advance is a credit to the town and flie Advanceeditor.Mr Wm. F. SuhoWer, who is taking a ureal interest in the 4 City of the Hills." and doing everything that a newspaper could possibly do to advance the interest and promote the business of More-head. In an able speech in favor of the annexation of Hawaii, Senator Pettus of replied to the charge that annexation would us to build a large navv bv savins:: I hope to God it w ...

Publication Title: Richmond Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond climax. — 20 July 1898

1 p Dr. Hobson, Dentist. The best smoker, the Tractor Knott ciunr. Let Midkill paint and trim your carriage. The state favorite, the Proctor Knott cigar. Seventy-two cents is being paid for wheat in Bourbon. Head Mi-Kee & Co.'s ad. They are offering great bargains. Itilev Graniion won 7,000 on JJoan er at Chicago Thurbday. Mr. John XoLuid has secured the public school at Allenville, Clark cuu lit v. Oreat bargains offered in McKee & Co.'o ad. iu this isMiu. Head and profit thereby. Come and see what a can get for a little nioncv Mitchell. bee Midkiff'6 lino of bu you buy. All mav 11-Gmo gootl suit you Covington & work guaranteed. Pirnicat Maloiy Springs to-morrow. Owen Walker's band will furnish the music. Everybody invited. A grand State Fair will be held in Lexington in August, with prize- aggregating several thousand dollars. I have tin best and chenptt road wagon on tin market. S. L. MiDKiFi'. The Clark Comity Fiscal Court has pun based the Pans turnpike for ?5,f00. ...

Publication Title: Richmond Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond climax. — 20 July 1898

8" flf gtHS HIPWSWT" jcj .c C Mt..ir ; "!, ".P- a Uj' - -0 CALL AT sr& r& m ay Kr c H v n h h k .. oprfc V V . Jt Xi 1 ??? fi e W ' - O 8M ssss ?? : v mi g,t j - - ! i and io Rita. S- "54 SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by up-to-date and accommodating clerks. Saratoga Water Kept on Tap. Phone 3. Second St, JiWIUIOXJ), KY. All drucBlsta tll Dr. Miles' Pain Pills. . -o ft ""- B f & ill e a 13 s i 2. ft. O : i :::3 o s 8 s o o -1 CD "- x f a T2 o C S -! o 5 "'"' 2"S 3 5 jf G T t S I s s si s s5 MS 2 r ? rr. - CS ogSoOooo oo2coooo -J O 333 & r 8 r1 w Ct V' c I s I I o o ID o c as'H s o fas Tira of Trains at Winchester, Ey. WEST BOOXD. Mt. Sterling and Leiinpton Accom 6 Vi am Kasrn Express for Lonieville . 7 30 am Mertead and Lexington Accom. 3 00 pm New York Limited F. F. V 4 50 pm EAST BOUXD. LexinrtOH and Morehead Accol. . 9 15 am New York Limited F. V. V. 11 58 am LexiRia and 51 1. Sterling ...

Publication Title: Richmond Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond climax. — 27 July 1898

JK5&, jtiti SMiavls ia to hmv t f It. .' "" m I' iiiuiiiii.iiiimwwi"mIW'lW'i'min. i qIJlMimMMMii,m.lJIH JWIHU''1 WtK"IU'i 1 1 " -" r t" ., 5?7 iWEjW " ""V ! i ML , &&&"' -i ,- '' ?&r vr v' r if-'' r -- fl if " J- A a jvjat"fc THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. & VOLUME 25, RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1898. At Four Score. Pr. Miles' Nervine Restores Health. Sss m i t ; v EZEKIEL OBEA.K, assessor and DKCLE Beverly, Mass.. who has passed the 80th life aillo stono, says: "Dr liiles' Restorative Nervine has done a Krcat deal of good. I suffered forycars from sleeplessness and ncrvouii heart trouble. Would feci weary and used up in tho morning, had no ambition and ray work seemed a burden. A friend rccommijidcd Dr. Miles' Nervine, and I purchased a bottle under protest as I had tried so many remedies unsuccessfully, I thought It no use. But It pavo mo restful sleep, a good appetite and restored me to energetic health. It Is a rrand good medicine, and ...

Publication Title: Richmond Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond climax. — 27 July 1898

The Richmond Climax. rUBIJSHKDEVEK WKUkESDAY BT The Climax Printing Co. ! Jfc C CHENMJLT, Proprietor and Editors. M " 'G&U'OOOS. Associate EdHor. PB1CK JE&ll YEAR, $1.50. WEDNESDAY, J ULY 27, - 1S9S. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR CONGRESS, HON. GEO. G. GILBERT OF SHELBY COTJXTY. At Chicago this week Xevi Z. Leiter affixed $2,100 worth of war revenue stamps to the deed tranferring a piece of real estate to Marshal Field. If the American troops cul Blanco eff from the oufeide world and Ehut nim np hi Havana with his red-hot manifestos be may furnish another case of spontaneous comhustion Dispatch. The attempt of the express companies to charge tin revenne stamp tar to customers is beinfr opposed aid several local judges throughout the country have already decided that tire law contemplates that the company pay the tax Now !et the frrapli companies liave a turn arid give ' the jeojle alliance. There is no tire m shirkinp: and tin common pk ought not to be expected to pay the) tax. for...

Publication Title: Richmond Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond climax. — 27 July 1898

Ir li It A V f t 1 i i', .. .'. .. . The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY. J PLY 27, - - 1S9S. a Advertisements will be icceived c by THE CLIMaX witb tltc jj an toe that its circulation exceeds C 3 that of anj other paper published C O in Richmond. C a c Dr. Hobson, Dentist. The best smoker, the Proctor Knott cij;ar. Let Midkill paint and trim your carriage. The stfte Knott cigar. II in;i favorite, the Proctor Don't forget to read Wallace it Itice's ad. in thib issue. See Midkiil'eline of bnsgiefc befoie you buy. All vork guaranteed. may J. W. Dale-- has hold about four thousand of wheat sit 70cts. Mr. S. 11. White rdiiuped ton fine hordes to Atlanta. U:i , l:i-i TiumIj'v. I have the best and cheapest toad wagon on the muiket. S. L. Midkikf. A fair bized cioned took advantage of the excuri mi Sunday and visited High Uridge. Read Wallace & Kice's advertisement on hccond page. It will pay a hundred fold. A new round-house i being elected at the !. & X. depot, at a cost of about t ll...

Publication Title: Richmond Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond climax. — 27 July 1898

P 1! c f - 5 fi j. i L j 5TPp3jjgMjlBPWBMpJjBMPWW ly Moil li QidiuU Mwij, tIn EEeCt My 1. 1838 D VILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. EAST BOUND. Hrc4ff Tfi a.m. p.m. KWliVv ij 6 SO 3 oo , &sX7jTf ' 6 3 S 20 mkimitBL 2S& . 6 51 X 32 i VWl9Sk aaM 7 02 S 48 amJaTI T??V WVaV 7 OS 58 gn I )4fi B& 7 20 4 06 f I M?J9b k m i is m tWBiBv iilUI Lve Frankfort. KlLhorn. bniticr. btamping Grwand DuralU Georgetown. fare ueorgeiown.. Arr Newtown. Centrerille. Elizabeth Pans - WEST BOUND. ajn. p.m. 20 5 30 Ire Paris Arr Elizabeth S1 n 42 Centreville 38 r. 48 Newtown. 8 48 r 58 i,s Georgetown .10 06 DM Ie Georgetown 10 40 Arr Duvalla. 10 58 to Stamping Ground. 11 10 ( 48 e 59 " 8wiUer J125 ElWiorn. 11 35 T08 FrantJort 11 55 7 20 Co. C. BERCAW, Gen'l VtA. all OEO. B. HAiPEB, Gen'l Snpt. Frankfort, Kentucky. j 5t ...... .a 4. M ' r Zr s p I z : : O r. p: sq I a. . z: t r ? z of as 5 C - c2So oo2 a 5 5f 5 o IE 2 Hj o o o 'J. SEj?:SS2 p 05 ssss Tue of Trains at Wnchcter, Ky. WEST BOUND. ML Sterling and Iyxi...

Publication Title: Richmond Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond climax. — 27 July 1898

pW5 vfrrt THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. : r :i ?: g FeJ Print oitcximiIE S5. SOU"VElTIB EIDITIOT, 1GGS specia: iiih Mil. HOW IT HAS rnOWS TO GREAT In The Heart of The Blue Grass With Every tiling to Make it Prosperous The Home of the Homeless and The Haven of the Capitalist Who Wants to Make a Safe and Certain ' Investment. IUse up? thou fairest County, fairest Madison, '. Shine oat in all thy beauty on the mound, Where now the feet of Eron horses sound As fromlheTerd'ant flelds'they speed at noon. Gay, bright and smiling gems! Thou soon Shalt overshadow by thy wondrous bound, The foremost of counties round. H:ch stores of wealth forms thy spendid boon. And as the home of Dante, Angelo, lit lolty marble dome ann polacchigh, And richly carved gates, whose gorgeous glow. Attracts and holds the enraptured travelers' eye. Is now the glory of Italy So thou art of Kentucky destined to be. Queen of the blue grass I greet thee. C. IlCAUBEGAUD POLAND. A splendid county is this broad and beautiful, an...

Publication Title: Richmond Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond climax. — 27 July 1898

w II' m ffi III Proprietory IVIedicines on We make the following Proprietor- Medicines and Preparations which are endorsed Druggists and Physicians in the Countiy : White's Headache Powders, opes to each box, retails at nice display box. White's Worm Powders. 3G Envelopes to each box, retails at 10c. each, nice display box. AVhite's Improve 1 Vermifuge. White's Cough Syrup. White's Diarrhtoi Cordial. tsALSO A FULL LINE OF FLAVORING EXTRACTS. if yon want the best GOODS nitidis in this lino, send us a Trial Order. W. G.WHITE' & CO. m ONE OF KENTUCKY'S REPRESENTATIVE FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS. i ABLY CONDUCTED AND WELL EQUIPPED FOR BANKING PURPOSES. UAUTEIILY nEPOUT OF THE Stale Hank, and Trust Co . Richmond, k., at bMnesson the 30th daj of June, RESOURCES. Jjhbi ad discounts, less loans to Director J2C9.616 S3 Lean to Uirecters (officers not included) 1.556 65 Loans to Officers 8,700 00 Overdrafts, unsecured 18,317 C8 Diteireta National Hauls 132.651 88 lur frH Mate Hanks and 1M 62 3...

Publication Title: Richmond Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond climax. — 27 July 1898

m ? igJEj El Ep lis PROFESSOR MINIER CALLED HOME. A Distinct Loss To Our Citj Our Excellent Band a Monument To His biiBj' men of our citv, the society element absorbetl in the nyetius of life, and that class of peoiilo wliocarc not what a day may bring forth, ma not yet have realized that our community has sustained a which time may heal but never recompense us for 'Tnould teem that some mighty man die before such wordh were justifiable. ISiit not so; 'tis of our lo-s of the living that we spfak, and in so doing we attempt to voice the sentiment of a jortiou of our citizenship which has labored long and f.iithfull) to proxide for our whole people an organization at once a source of usefulness and pride. Professor Minier has for his Kansas home! UiP Pkofkssor F. S. Mixiek. This announcement means much, as we have already said, to all public-spirited citizens. It deprives us of the services of one of the most gifted musical directors in this country, who is at once an able performer, ...

Publication Title: Richmond Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond climax. — 27 July 1898

The Richmond Climax. I PICHM OND rCBUSHKUEVEKV WKIINK.HUAV BY ThG Climax Printing Co. tCMlUtT' I Proprietor, and Editors C E. WOODS, Associate Editor. PRICK PER YKAR, $1.50. OUR SOUVENIR EDITION. The Climax avails itself of this opportunity to present in a Special Souvenir Edition, a panorama of the life, the progress, the industry, the business., the advantages, the resources and the people who make up our handsome city, and who supply the vitality of the city's life. The Climax Souvenir Edition is designed to be a photograph in miniature of Richmond of Richmond's people and their doings. It tells of the commerce and trade which goes on in our midst, of the industries, of the public institutions and advantages, and of the live and progressive men aim women wno carry them on. It i in all respects a comprehensive edition. It may be ;aid that not only all of the leading concerns and institutions of our city in all branches and luuo are told of in thijoc c ilu u i s. b it practi cally,...

Publication Title: Richmond Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond climax. — 27 July 1898

CENTRAL UHUSin OF DUCT. ONE OF THE BEST KNOWN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE SOUTH. THE FACULTY A LEARNED ONE MAGNIFICENT BUILDINGS ESTABLISHED 1874. Richmond is very proud of Central University, and she lias a right to be 'f here are perhaps more happy liomes in Kentucky presided over by graduates of this University than any other in the State. So famous and popular has this Institution become that it has drawn to its patronage thousands of students representing almost every State in the Union: It is not unusual to find in the same classes here tile sons of New York and Texas', or of other States equally as far separated. For a quarter of .1 century the Central University has enjoyed the fullest confidence of the peopleoi Kentuck3'. Vast improvements hae been added to the institution from jear to year in ihe way of dormitories and other necessary buildings. They are now erectine a handsome gymnasium building. The training received here is just what a young man needs in a business,...

Publication Title: Richmond Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond climax. — 27 July 1898

III h J. )R. FREO SMITH. - , - ar ?lfrw f IV- Official Directory COUNTY. CIrlCtJIT COURT. Judge Thomas J. rVott Omn'lUi Attorney lien A. Crutcber. H. Thorpe. Jlin H. Thorp-, Coramiwuonor to. B. bcott. Sheriff H. II Colyer. fP. B. Bronddut., HonntlM J J,M Tf rrill, DTutleaj j no Ki WllKerN (.Geo. I. Simmon. .'aller Jihik'k C T imp of holding 3rd Mondar In Jau-nary (Civil Term). Ut Mind7 in April. September and Decern l r. COCKTT OOUBT. Judre I. lI.lMiIlltnn. Attorney J. Teri Cobb. Clerk-John F. White. iTbomn Deputy Clerk , C. A Hlh. ( llenrj White. Sheriff- II. II. Cotter. Jailer Jninet. C Ijtrkey. Time or holding Court 11 Mondjty In r rery a.onth. OTIirH coi'MT oriiCERS. Asecspor T. O. Currr. r rVbol J.W. 'Wiurrs. Mirveynr H. F. Kw K. t'oroner M.O. llmnn. Poor IIoi'M Kr "mcIii . llnbetiu W. Harrin. Jail J. I'nure. nsCAi. CUCRT. CiihUir of Couaty Judge and the eight or the Pence. Time of boUing Court Ucjrular term. May aud Utitoker. PCAKTEBL.Y COl'KT. Judge P H.rMlllltllll. Time or h...

Publication Title: Richmond Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond climax. — 27 July 1898

-yr ;- "- iS&ff5" iKsiri "II !. Madison Institute. ESTABLISHED IN18S6J Richmond, Kentucky. ALICE LLOYD, Principal. Day and Home School for Gtrls. Accommodations strictly first-class. Building: well heated, well lighted. Furnished with all modern conveniences. Beautiful and healthful location in the Blue Grass Region of Kentucky. Diplomas in three courses. Fifteen Instructors of University and European training-. Free Hand Drawing. Class Lessons in Elocution, and Chorus Singing free of charge. College Preparatory Course. Music and Art Department well equipped. For Terms, address the Principal. FACLILTY. ALICE LLOYD, Pkixcipal. MABEL E. OSBOHNE, U'li. Ii.Conull Unlxorslty.) Natural Science. CARRIE LANE 1UGGS, U'h. 11. Karlhnm French ami German. 1"Wfa "- V 4iQ , MAliLE KATHEItlNE HOWELL, -' (I'll. B. Cornell UnlwrMty.) Latin and History. WARY A. FORD, Mathematics. "MABEL WHITMAN, (B. 1. Smith College.) lEnglibh Language and Literature, Philosophy IDA L. HULL, (Til. B. Cornell lTnle...

Publication Title: Richmond Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond climax. — 27 July 1898

It ;y t.H i !': . i Mfe. i W-l w; ?i pi r i. :- THE TRUTHFUL SINGER. I can not sing the old song; My principles forbid To warble forth the wilds untruth That in their lines are hid. Oh! never did I dream I dwell In any marble hall. And never, never did I ask To like a soldier tall. My old folks never lived an hour On any Saunee lUver; I never called them old folks for The name fair makes me shiver. And never did I hang a harp On any willow tree. And Annie Laurie never gield A promise true to me. I never said to anr one. Then you'll remember me; Nor any wood-man e'er implored To spare a single tree. I ncier cared to live a life Upon the ocean wave; I never mourned for Lilly Dale - Nor hung about her grave. I never lived in any cot Nor cottage by the sea. Nor no lone rock in that daimp place Was ever loved by me. I never set this foot of mine In any Hazel Dell, Nor drank from any bucket made of oak 1 hat hung in any well. Hold Pri steer I never was, Nor owned an Old Dor Tray; Nor Gips...

Publication Title: Richmond Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond climax. — 3 August 1898

M.- '& J. "N - . 1- v - '-.-SJ- " V -" - t rr - ) m .i", "fj? , .- C . THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. " v"S' vc'' r ":&",: -, VOLUME 25. RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1898. NUMBER 9. From Extreme Nervousness. K. no one remedy can contain the elements necessary to euro all es. Is a fact well known to everyone. Dr. Miles System of Eestoratlvo Remedies consists of seven distinctively different preparations, each for its own purpose. Mrs. L. C. Bramlev. 37 Henry St., St. Catherines, Ontario, 'writes: "For years I suffered from extreme nervousness and annoying constipation, developing Into palpitation and weakness of the heart. I was unable to sleep, suffered much from headache, pain In my left side, palpitation and a constant feeling of weakness and prostration. I began using Dr. Miles Nervine, Heart Cure and Nerve an Liver Pills and '.ho Pills to xt'lleve sudden paroxysms of pain and he&dnche. I soon felt much Improved and the p-ins and aches and weariness ...

Publication Title: Richmond Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond climax. — 3 August 1898

m LimaB it" II a - - a J.' J fc A - ,' The Richmond Climax. rDBLISHKl) I VERY WTDNKSUAY BY The Climax Printing Co. Proprietors .n Editors. C B. WOODS, Associate Editor. PRICE PEK YEAlt, $1.50. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 3, - - 1F9S. DEMOCRATIC TICKET- FOR CONGRESS, HON. GEO. G. GILBERT, OF SHELBY COUNTY. AKrrr Governor McCreary's defeat the JjawrenceburR News isays Mc-Creary will hereafter believe in the superstition attached to the number 13. He met defeat on the 13th day of the month, and was beaten by 13 votes. The Cujiai is indebted to Mr. Jesse M. Alverson for a ticket to the hanging of George Stephenson, Thursday August IS, at or near Stanford. The distinguished compliment on such a grew6ome mission, is one hard to refuse, but we will have to take it under advisement Many "true bine" Democratic citizens, in all parts of the State, hear, with regreat,of the defeat of Hon. J. B. McCreary in Danville. Sth District for the nomination for Congress. He has made" aei excellent Governor, and n...

Publication Title: Richmond Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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