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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 4 October 1884

Oa C TO. El s. A.p .Is eming to tn. peat, the nm sns mal? sots. whie the sam shlns.. t ,. . printed at this , so who lives on a farm, s t shopby od dog. i et oSer eadns at rthe£ Se~*, don's forge this. i i(aibi . .e ýe J. r y o n Lý OILns to wilth sa st tow the pariswt. - ucb.an smr lothes wll soon be in & .s at allat hold tihe eem" will tie atded to. -ip et" mmwh" h th , toi - we -ee. , thie  atte thw - wa not the admiaiststion Thal ,ea win diss all are d Tht. o er ODjs petrheaed iat the sti. tkr sill moo't ; fo eot k . -- aw of trees oN leac aide osf ho sheets wJrld iamepve the noc of the teem bet hfiws abo tismed ol ething def- , .eu~theparhi was boaEr ariboat th doitr a nsfi -t Dp. , mi W ill Sharkey stopped over .i1 al laouh Ti eday of n Lhiv.wa" a im a he does set eserlbe for ites _videmes is s ly emsy. Stuake this m w od e splm willi. their dotheks Mr. Jao. L. oi.r smla ttid e shl te a. --r. od d, at dh asse w *kthOeS m dille atwein to e« - wi t the Tamnis trol. Ie dii o...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 4 October 1884

With every dl1es 1 l for the r la 11 Bitters I w Water, B1 X do me :-: ;: 1:4.p t . as a; hI pe, I ,I ,..,' ao to r bo E tI i 1, ,Ir B+tter I. yabu Bitters L A was exe mely *.ip.l " 1 ' SiAthoS r "your Bitters sod U -. ..w .yi ..sue , he was v bele,. n t ..o.. a'L." "wa t h came to. to a9 Pc . at..m . .t ..biU Shi da< saim i elehi.y I Broo~dy ,y td aLbe.mw-iennd the bw ,p"WIule on on my way to e makisee v Sa little ingaglat lem,pt * F I I ild u P Ri i mid ~ betwe 4ihtert6 '('n t-come to nqL't "1 i -poverty and no "' ' s * wool metab -1- VAT - . 1 Wa -- -  o I threeail "Yonwantt W the door het cho l a on ed M with to i knee i told a little indoer *W gcrral in this went to a toy store e b QI a.... wro-tce s -1;child 8 tocthe -he im Sinto font stlar o1 h the I S of the room whe.. Ieft the mother and hiil crowded around me. gin;}4 tel ýta , , SMust ave nehere y this ime. my ears; even the baby screamed the chii fI of ca n, a e wo pt nwi o a and h 1) r moth her so , at' ur. ,sW...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 11 October 1884

MADISON TIMES. D9VOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH. VOL I. NO. 35 TALLULAH MADISON PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER II, 1884. TERMS: 82.00 PEl \T'EAI. Ia A. RAND. he shadows of a tent I san, " Iong the slpinl Sadd. i ýmt btltitrk bf the land. By day I hearthe campers laugh; And when the evening star Shone soft shove the se's dark rim. Like lighthouse lamps afar How Jubilant the sweep of song That bursts from out that tent, A song to whloh the roaring sea Its bass deep-sounding lent. Today that tent is gone It left No trace upon the sand, A lonely sky is overhead; lerlow, a lonely land. And yet the campers' song res on; it sounds along the shore,: hear It in the snowy surf That breaks in wild uproar. Islife a tent, a trsnsent tent, Ikt not we often say? A shadow on the stretching sand. 4tnswlft we pass away. To-night I sit alone and hear The songs my dead did sing,. And in mine ears their voices clear Will neveroess to ring. The song of deeds by souls that went Like saints in gar...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 11 October 1884

R. C. WEIOHTMAN, Editr lI'o. ' TERMI S OF BUBSCRIPTION. i " OTIINE M¶NTIIc, - " - - ;, Ieleui~er Ltte Central F eutire Coh. w itte('. ,1 Jt___ II. ruFoa i:1 District Execlltire Committee. ,l) .1. it. To.eE :, elf M disoa i , C 'l '. - " 11 Advcrtising Rate,4. ALIi e'TS FoE IN.E'TI2N IN TiI:, PA lER MUST BE oF $4(I11) META L .\1lverti.ing rates one i' h )r 11p, $1, lirPt inlsertion, . 4 ent.s 11"-' i !, f4,r c.t.'h s b,Welueni t con erl.! tivi' ill.- ru'l nol. latl i)not fe .' 48 11 '; : 1 'V . l)cal untices, li)0r )nt. 1i r line. M:lrriat!'e :1nd ed ,atih noties fee . 4(lbituarv notices $1 per inch or 10 ceints per line. inuinIRss earls of one uch or h..;., .12 per year. ti e mll-are (one 10o11t h1 $.. Prices furnishlId o)n a2lhation fr11 greater amount of $44a1ce and for ally length of time (hdeireEI. Any matter for ipublication lmust reach this ollice not later thall bY Thrmnulrv's mail. All comfmunications of whatever n11- c tare should be addredled to Tlwl;s, Tal lulah, ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 11 October 1884

I3 C. WEGHr"!1,~,tor Ce T ReadjjS Oi' 'r!ticehadiriN. d r. otrS 1 ,:, h o a es !r... - - - The lm I 1" T1 . Incorporate. Looklout fr frost. Subscribe for the Tin;Ebs. Summer has ended ::t last! Read the article hceadd No. 402. The Police Jury meets Mond:ay.i Mr. Boatner's faLcts are hard to answer. The lamb of Richl:and i.. r.. Doctor. The TIMEs is condemned befrc It has spoken. How does the majority rule fit: the Ouachita ase. Rcad the notice regarding tax(xe on personal property. The loud talk about majorities, will be less loud ina future. Mr. Crandell lid not appear to advantage at the speaking Mon day. The King men appear to have been afraid to listen to Boatner's eloquence. The case of Willis vs. Wansley shows the Richland la:nb up in an unenviable light. Gen. King has proved that he is a te'paycr in this State by showing hla poll tax receipt. The man who could only see ten white men at the Boatner meeting Monday, is in a bad way. Messrs. Eisely and Snyder, are putting up a ne...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 11 October 1884

FIRl AND FlNDS. Terrible zxprteaee of a Colorado Mas - a eraltg EKasa. Prairie. Rooky Mountain News. A prairie fire. Who that has seen one can ever forget its magnificent terrors, re and imaginary? Far down on the horizon dense volumes of smoke with a brassy glare hide the rays of the sun while vet the day is young. Noon ap proaches,'but the curling,seething spirals hide the god of day as if some hideous monster was spreading a dreadful pall over the face of nature, making the mid day seem almost as twilight, but with none of the heavenly p!anets to cheer the dismal scene. Nearer and nearer comes the dreaded apparition, and as the long hidden sun sinks in the west a crimson glow lights the heavens from senith to horizon; hot, sickening blasts fom the roarirg monster almost stifle the awed and frightened beholder while yet miles away; urging his frightened steed onward he flees on his race forlife lucky if he reaches the far distant river toward which he is flying ere he is fold ed i...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 18 October 1884

MADISON TIMES. DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH. VOL 1. NO. 36 TALLULAH MADISON PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER Is. 18M TlFs: ~.F ' I a n g l i m i a n lm M M I M M i l a I I l m l m 1 1 1 1 aIn · I nn M m u 'TILL TEL mCmos COMUTR. s. There wars a girt named Mary. nol (Of age. half-sore and nine), du Who was fond of eating peanuts ,'When the due wason the vine." ai She would eat the fragile peanut an' When iee wauon the ake; ' But. alas! a demon caught her- th That demon Stomach-a .he. ho She donaed her hat and alster hot To the drug store she did skip, esi And soon return d in triumph With a bottle in her grip. it was Jamaica ginger, And It quickly eased her pain, But no more she'll fool with peanuts TIll the circus comes again. She -Btamford Advocate. 70( ph: ei qUReN VICTORIA'S HIOUStBOLD. Qu ed oct A oUtlaae or One Thoseuad ervanta- Their Duates and basts..r. cei Nominally the principal officer of Itn nil queen's household is the Lard Chamber P "'ln, who isa peerof the re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 18 October 1884

3. C. WIEIGHTM1AN, Edi.tr C i' TERMS OF SuJSCRII'TION. ,"r: YF,, . . o 'X M NST{iq. - - - - I :':: WISNTII - . . . . . . .i Y. ealllll,'r Sltae ('entr: ll Ftettr't, '· "" rl,. District Excctivo C('ommittee. J. B. Sr,, :. of M:vli-on, Ch'n. 1 J. If. (zLFroI., of " i J. M. KENNEIY, of Ea't Carrol!. Advertlslint Rates. ALL CUTS FOiR INStEITO!N IN Tilts 'APEIR M' T BTE orF Sqlll) METAI. Advertising rati-t. onen i r I. tir.t i~ Oertin, .:,) ienti peTr iinch for (-itch .siniseOjq ' nt c."ns4eti' , ir ier.Ctio(n. I.eg:il n iie1-J ' t(.tlt" :I5 Iil °oI e. Lo,,cal l+,.tie. 1it ve it lper ni!o. (Ohitua:try notices ý1 per ill( h , 1iIl *it1. 1"t"l 1::,t. BHsinius cards of one inch or lens 1. l per year. O()n sot are oneo mIlnth $2.50. Priceus furnish.ed ou aipihi'ation fr r" atcr :luu, nt ; f "'r .1.e aid for ,in " t ;t h<f tileor' "iirnil. A!iV iatter for ,,niblication hiM't t.achl this oic,'e not later tl: , o Iny Thu-'r ,av': ioail. All t.l'hlilmulications of whate(!whr ,n. ture Sh'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 18 October 1884

.n - o.ra . . TERMS OF t UXl CI t .PTIOig . ,e 1)uIE.', r. f,= Incorporate. Gct vurstoves ready. Ice water still tastes good. The days are getting hort. King is a healthy taxpayer. H Cotton is coming in slowly. H The d(lust is the best crop raised i this year. nu Christmas turkeys will soon he gin to disappear. be IRead the notice of the Ladies tex Parish Society. Messrs. Eisely & Snyder's house is about completed. The east-bound, Thursday, train jol was over two hours late. en The drought proved specially th damaging to Allen Cotton. Who is the leader of the demo- P cratic party in this parish anyhow ? Cc Trains are generally behind time ex on this road, and passenger trains in are needed. Rv. Mr. Prosser will proach at Tallulah tj-morrow morning, and in the afternoon at the Mound. The ladies society want three peacock plumes, full length and undamaged. Who has them? W The mean underhanded fight 1 that is being made y some by some men in this parish, is worthy of asneak. I The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 18 October 1884

WHOm BOY T SIDMrT DAYTU. "Well-whose boy a I any way? I ell down cellar yerday And gave my head an awful bump (If you had only seen the lump!) And mamma called me when I cried, And hugged me close up to her side. And said: 'I'll kim sand make it well Mamma'sown boy. How hard he felll' "When pap took me out to Whe all the men were raking. He put me on old Dobbin's back; And when they gave the whip a crack. And of be threw me, ame aam (When I got up and rubed my bead And shut my lips and winked eyes:) 'Papa's brave ooy. Heno never Criers. "And when I go to gradmo 's-well You'd be surprled cold tell Of all the pies and ingr oakes And doughnuts tbht sie always makes. And iall the Jam and tarts and such. And never says, 'Don't take too much,' 'Because,' she says be must enjoy His viait, tfor e's grandma's boy!' "And grandpa says 'I'll give him soon A little poy for his own He'll learn to ride t well, I know, Beeause be's gandp's boy.' Hot Ho! ,e' hv re pret m boy to-da Now, a you toe me ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 25 October 1884

r MADISON TIMES. _ DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH. -- 1. NO.37 TALLULAH MADISON PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1884 VOL !. NO. 37 TALLULAH MADISON PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 265 Is8T 'rl.: . ..,0 I' Y E;3.+ H II Il IM m u3 Sl AGeDI. or JaWr. bi .ti I heard a sound of wailin in the night OI ~ tugwtout the air ion eebl quavers won dl he warning Inotesth&t told another lht A peor life had just begun. II. Iaw a chil stand by a ja1ld form witbin whose vea rlife's tide 3 hWnger And tears poured down in a torrential storm it O'er features grief-convulsed. a In. d Isw a youth whom Innocence had ged. Whose steps tOward life's lowest depths te r were etes, ll daily intodepr darkness led By bis envlronment. IV. I heard a sound of sliding bolts and hbar. B And saw the clanging doors shut out the day And hide from eight the odiSo-eagrav sm it Of one who lostlis way. T V. b Isw the last faint liht of hope forsake (aoooon. within the deathly vesl b Of h ers folds he had not st...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 25 October 1884

MADISON TIMTES X C. WEIGORTAN, Editor & Prop. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25. T'RMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ows rsAs, - .. 2 00 enx Zo wns, .... - - 2 TRs MNTS - - - - - -- - M ember tate Central Exective Corn. mittee. JoHr B,. 'froNl. District E\eeutive Committee. J. B.S,ric, of Madison, Ch'n. J. H. GiJ.'ozi., of " J. M. KENNEDY, of East Carroll. Advertising Rates. ALL CUTS FOR INSERTION IN THIS PAPER MUST BE OF SOLID METAL Adverticing rates, one inch or lesse, $1, Brut insertion, 50 cents per inch for each subsequent consecutive insertion. Legal notices same as above. focal notices 10cOets per line. Marriage and death notices free. Obituary' notices $1 per inch or 10 cents per line. Business cards of one inch or less $12 per year. One square one month $2.50. Prices furnished on application for reater amount of space and for any lengtb of time desired. Any matter for publication mast reach this office not later than by Thursday's mail. All coiamunications of whatever na ture should be addresse...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 25 October 1884

MADISON TIpMES L C. WRIGITMTA, Editor &rep. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25. TmgSx O $UBSCEIPT02IO. ows TAs, - - - - 00 a ss Eoestu, - - - - 1 25 1 --ass MoNTHs. - - - 75r d DRIFT. c Incorporate. Get out your overcoat. a Get your stoves ready. r Warm weather this week. Circuit Court meet Molnday. b King is said to be losing ground. , Mosquito bars can soon be taken L down. District Court assembles Mon day week. Cisterns will soon do to use as cider presses. * The cotton picking season is a drawing to a close. I Fires have been decidedly pleas sat the last few days. Rain is on the way from the 1 North and will soon be here. i Morey's candidacy amounts to t nothing in Madisa Parish. Wanted: that petition to the ' Poltes Jury about the jail lot. Boatnerspeaks at Tallhdek Nov. 3, the day'before the election. It is sid the Kig men re rlevy ing assessments in Madison Psaeh. If you have not seemed your , wister wood yon had betir do so. t As o sm else will do it, the I Tas suggests, that King wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 25 October 1884

AN AUTUN IDYL. J. C. MCOILVRA. 'Tls Autumn. and o'er the sanctum Of the country editor mild, slaks the veil of twilight and silence. nR poemesof lpring undeftled: For Spring has gone with her muses. With her soni of birds and flowers. And now the editor resteth him, And dreameth away the hours. And no more he listneth in alience, And no mor he trembleth there. tv When sitting alone in his sanctum, p He heareL a step on the stair; por be knoweth that the comoer. 01 Whatever he my bring. Though even it be a tailor bill. yet bringeth no poem of Spring. 01 And so be blesseth the seanon. And with ecstasy most refined. He lighteth his fire with an armful fo Of poetry marked "declined. e hi --The Judge. TRE CI' DWREALLEUS8 OF ARIZONA. A Vfat to the Abandoned lwellings of W. the n Franeseo Gorgesl t It is over two years since I first visit- te ed the great plateau lying west of the W Little Colorado or Flax River. in north ern Arizona. At that time mail service extended rnly to (Tovernlmen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 1 November 1884

MADISON TIM. DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH. ol. 1. NO.38 TALLULAH MADISON PARISHLA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER!, 1884 VOLI 1. TAUJLAH MADISON PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER I, 188 T° ro P . ,  7.** ............. . .. .. . ... ..* - a a e ..... .. . . .. . . . . . .. . ..n , , . . , ,, , , , , , , mo 5 0st rVS$cIZOv TING$s. alne Coesider Their Chlef Articli* of Value. .Cias the "four most precious ,sie h paper-plant, ink and its Raad the brush. ., hernet, whose sharp sting is the .dcdhidren, is the recognized pio l~psper-makers. Its cellular nest, am and rocks, is built of material rpmesnbles the most delicate tises.e 1N n hundred years ago the Chin SlMag under the wasp's suggestion, -ljtpser from fibrous matter reduced .,p rNow, each province makes its .pec.sr variety from the innermost f different trec". The youngbam. gwhch grows six or eight inches in Snight, is wiitcned, reduced to -a mortar and sized sith alum. -- ldd by hand. 'the celebrated rice paper, that so resemble...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 1 November 1884

MA i-)JSON 'i t'.: R. C. WEIGHTMAN, Edito: r Proa S;ATT'UI).\y, NOV fC iE.i[. I. TERMS OF SUESCRIPTICY. aIX .MIONTi"S, . .- . . - TRXz MONTHS - -. . . . Meimbner Staie Central F.xecutve Coni. alittee. JoHNs d. SroNE. District Executive Committee. J. B. STONE, of Madison, Clh'n. J. II. GILFrIO., of " be J. 31. KENNEDY, of East Car'l" IV -- Advertising Rate, fig tc ALL CUTS FOR INSERTIC' IN TIi t1 P'APER MUST BE OF S0-ID METAL K Advertising rates. jae inch or less, fl. Lirst insertion, ~Wcents per inch for , each subselueCnt dnbecutive insertiol. el I,egal notltees seK' as all've. Local no,tices O1 cents per line. a; Marriage sad death notices free. a Obituary notices $1 per inch or 10 C cents per line. BuIsiness cards of one inch or less 12 - per year. One square one month $2.50. Prices furnished on application for reater amount of s ace and for any length of time desire d. Any matter for publication mast reach this office not later than ly Thursday's mail. All commnnications of what...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 1 November 1884

Incorrprate. Trains are usually late. Egg, are getting scarce. Cotto;n is coming in prctty lively. District Court meets Wednes lay The roads are nearly dry again. t' When it does start to rain look T out. onlC Tuesday is the day of the elec tion. I The d'ys are s ar lw!y getti.: gr shorter. I V Mr. B,.tJ er st.'rk at T.,!ulah, th on Mo"ay". ;r Busin"ss is not a. good as it t9i might be. fui The plank walks put down last an. sammer will shortly he a;,preci- 1;f' sted. Mi Don't look for reliable news of Ut the election, until near the end of or the week. Si The rumor that passenger trains oil will begin running Nov. 1st still i prevails. Ti The King assessments are not or lways paid. Several parties have a : declined. P Cisterns have swollen, and will e now hold water if they are given 'l: the chance. The TIMEs will be ready next n, week to fill orders for letter head., ti MU heads etc. . A good rain would put the wagon 0( approaches, to the R. R. platform 11 is a frightful condition...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 1 November 1884

TEe STUIMP-WIAEI . to With his voles all husky and worn. With tousis swollen ad sre. to The orator stands on a sawed-ot stump ot And polities oth outpour. Talk, ta talk. of In weather both wet and dry; And still, for the matter of dollars and cents, c, He ttfteth his voice on hgh. di Talk, talk,tlk,a While his audience yelb and cheers; And talk, talk. talk, ti' TIll his words ring In their ears! at It's 01 to be a slave. Along With the terrible Turk*. fl Whe as otor wastes his time and breath By such exhausting work! Si T each ead begins to swim! Talk, talk talk, . Till the lick'rmnlgampl grow dim, State and tariff and trade' Trade sod tai. sad State. I TIl the weary l'ners sfal asleep, t And dream of their candidate. t Oh. men with active brains! Oh, men with minds Intense! Li It is but wind you're list'ning to, And not the soundest sense. tl Talk, talk, talk, TUll te d begins to play! Marang at once, by a snlle stroke, ri Ohep fan aswell as pay Oh. but to hear him talk Of the deed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 8 November 1884

MADISON TIMES. DE:VOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH. VOL I. NO.39 TALLULAH MADISON PARISH LA. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 8. 1884 '[EIIl: s'.Uu 'ltl ER A COUNrYTWOMAN OF MINIE. ZLAIN, OOODALE. hi Handsome? I hardly know. Her prosles fone Delighttul, intelligent, aquiline. Her keen eyes light it-keen, yet often kind; Her fair hair crowns it to an artist's mind. Fine figure and fine manners, without doubt, Determine half herobarm, and bear meout. Learned? Well, rather. See them for your self Mill, Spencer, Darwin on her favorite shelf. Well educated, certaialy well read; ev Well born, of course, and (not of coursel well bred. Provo.nelal? Never. Cookaney? Not at all. I Her word is small enough, yet not too small. ha re prove she knows it, only watch a while an That humorous, tender, half sarcastic smile. Accomplished? She says not, but who can She does some simple thing, and does them well. She walks well, stands well, sits weli-thingsl so rare, at To praise asthey deserve I hardly dare:...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 8 November 1884

MADISON TIMES L C. WEIGTEAI, kditer & Prep. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8. ONUTUAR------------$0 TaLta O SUBSRcIPTION. Osn TAut, - - -....... siX IoRs ., .. . 1 ......25 umesm .e ss/ inmtee Caorn. -a. Jone B. Bvois Distrlet wzoeutlve Committee. J. B. Sros, of Madison, Ch'n. J. H. Onron., of " C J. M. KENNEDv, of East Carroll. Advertlisla Bates. ALL cuTs r3os sssnrrlo I 3sasi PAP= MUST 3 orF OLID META L Advertlelag rates, one inch or less, $1, Arst insertion, 50 cents per inch for each subseqaent eonecutive insertion. dr Legal notces same as above. Local notices 10 cents per line. so Marriag and death notice free. Obituary notices $1 per inch or 10 cents petsine. sin' cards o one inch or less $12 per year. Di ne square one month $2.50. Prices brnished on application forel gtr amount of and for any eat=b ohftime desires. Any matter for phlietio mast reach this oflco not later than by a= Thursday's mail. . us Al commfucatilas of whatever asn o tare should be addressed to Turm, Tal lulah, p...

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