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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 8 November 1884

MADISON TIMES 4. WRGT A , Editor & Prop. I and . SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8. achie -JN- atten Y."a OF SUBUSCRIPTfION. R s osWTits5, -. 1253 rlsas ons - . 76 D 1 I F T Incorporate. Three frosts and a rain. Court opened Wednesday. WA Wild geese are fying South. Sharp frost Wednesday morning. Ducks are being brought to town. The4 It was "a cold day" last Tuesday. eiKt. King is elected by a large ma jority.Yorl One mail agent cannot handle the the mails. Ast It looks like a democratie vie.- you tory at last. Have you seen the wild pigeons in gi lying over my. The King men got in their work mad in this parish. fron East Carroll and Madin made last it a stand off. Rhi yadC Have you ridden on the passen- W ger trains yet t ust. Don't forget that the Exposition in opens Dec. 16. trot The thermometer registered 25 thri degrees Friday morning. ~ Madison gives a cheerful mj or- din ity for Blaine andLogan. wal Roi Rev. Mr. Proser wmll preach in Do, Tallulsh, Nov. 16th, to-morrow We week. des The...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 8 November 1884

DEAD IN THE BRAVE HE DUG. ol h: Old Jim JDetty's Kmelsaebely Exper ence ma Malg Sottlemnt. Old Jim Beatty came in here with the w big rush last spring. He wasout of money ci when he get into camp, and, as he could t not pick up ,gold in the streets. he went hi crazy. His inanity was of the harm- 1 less kind. He was quiet, and never le troublesome. Sometimes he seemed to ti forget to eat. All theoth r unfortunates it were always hungry. Whether" flour was $10 or $100 a barrel made no differ- p ence. They had to be fed. Old Jim d would go around looking pale and weak, rt with his joints working loosely and his tl clothes daily growing too big for him, s, but he never asked for anything. It sl was known that he had nothing, and re that somebody else was feeding him. One day several of the men were die cusbing the best means of ridding the o camp of the beats, when a bystander said they had better not touch old Jim. ii He did no harm. and he never asked , for grub. It was agreed that he...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 15 November 1884

MADISON_ TIMELs'_ DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH. VOL I. NO.40 TALLULAH MADISON PARISH LA. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 15, 1884 TERMS: $2.U0 PER 1EAt IUCHuBROO E NILL 7730. Jonu owtaNAVr wrTnrra. as A dtel.e stream the Brohbrook runs fo Beneath its leaning tree.; That low. soft ripple le Its own. That dull rear Is the se's. s Of human signs it sees alone of The distant ohuroh-spre's tip. And, ghost-lae. on a blank et gray. w The whit sail of a ship. No more a toler at the wheel, It wanders at its will; Nor dam nor pond is kletto tell I Where on wau Birchbrook Mill The timbers of that mill have fed Long since a farmer's Area; His doorsteps are the stones that ground t The harvest of his lres. Man'trsepssd here: but nature lost ri No rightof her domain; na bShe waited, nd she brought the old Wild beauty back again. ti By day the sunlight through the leaves I alla on Its moist. green sod. And wakes the violet bloom of spring And autumn's golden-rod. at Its birohes whlsper to the win...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 15 November 1884

MA)ISON TIM iS R. C. WEIGHTMAN, Edit.r & Prop. r SAT'URD.Y, N''..ll'.l 15. t TERM3 Or SUiSCP.I2TION. Six MNTS I5, - - - - - " TIi Kl 'lTI,4 - - . - r: lemlberSlate Central Ezxut'uItT ('om. Inittee. JoHN B. Brusc. District Exe-e.ti'e ('oulrnitte^. r J. M. KENKny,. of East (Carroll. I Advertising Rates. I1 ALL c'UTS FOR ITN.SFIhTl: N IN Tills I PAPER MI'ST BE OF s01.ID) METAL Alvortisinfg rates. one incih r he . $1, fiat insertion, ' ients er inrich f,;r eAth subsh- lw' it c. itoilU ve in.e*.rtioll. Legal notiwes satllne as above. Local notices 1 crents per line. Marriage and death notiees free. Obituary notices $1 per inch or 10 cents per line. Business carJa of one inch or less $12 per year. One square one month $2.50. P'rices furnished on application for greater astount of space and for any length oftime desired. Any miiatter for publication mast reach this oilice not later than ly Thursdsay's iail. I All ctlnm;n1tictionf of whateve r na ture should he adlressed to Tlvar, Tal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 15 November 1884

I:A3) IIS( ) x.T I x , . C. WEtOtTI AT, Edtllt i Prop. as t a, - - ' th aMo5 TI.S, - - , - 1 2' 01 Tgam wo3TI!P. - - 1) I I I," r Are you on the Jury. I Colds are fai'l!:,!:::l t: . i Three frt u! ':. ; .ii.. See the Tib:, J., *'ad." All signs fail in dry weather. ' Do you want to build a house ? gBad the i,ui,!in,,i adverticemcnt I. No more elections for two years. th Buy a shepherd dog, or bespeak rir nse. 1:: Now come inll with your orders N , otr job work. Maj. W. B. Brockett was in town h: on Tuesday. t passenger trains on this road ar- or rive on time. ri; The New Orleans mail failed to ti, Sti eonnect Friday. I, A great many ducks are being s, brought into town. in Fresh :beef can frequently be oh- th tained in Tallulah. tli Flour is cheap enough now, to of e.t all you want. lr. Levee work is being pushed all stng the front. The lawyers have been busy for + the last two weeks.",. The hens in the vicinity of Rus- ,t tn are on a strike. Rev. Mr. Prosser will preach at Ii Tallu...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 15 November 1884

wtm DsMti DIED. JAMas WErmCOn RnUL. [. f fromourown the dimpled hands bad And ne'er would nestie in your im j sa i If the white foet Into the grv badetripp"--a When Bernle died We braided the brown hair ad tied It Jut ubher own little bands Had fastened beLk the silken ands A thousand times-the crlmson bit Of ribbon woven Into it smcothed down the dainty brow, and cried. When Be ded4. When Belsse died We drew the nursery blinds aside, And, as the morning In the room Burst like a primrose into bloom, Her pet canary's e o h en he Where she might ber him when e sung- And yet not any note be tried. Tbough she laylistening fld-eyeuI when Besse died We writhed in prayer umasatIed: We begged of dand He did smile lasilenee on us the while; And we did see Him. threug our tets Eanbidin that bi fa m of beLm he langLing hbOck against H love The kisses we had nothing or, And death to as Re still denied When Beal. died When DBele died I TRERE Lit TLE Wsr5 5aso. smething tbat Made Mr. 1 arwy e1t...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 22 November 1884

_MADISON TIMES. DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH. VOL 1. NO. 41 TALLULAH MADISON PARISH LA. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 1884 TERMS: 8?.0o PER YEAS .. ---- - - - - --;-- - -- - - - - ----------- ?-.. ... --- -- - -- - .T:_ - .._ - ... .... . . .. . r .... . .... . .. l i llll- Il HEN Nil~ lll I m nun| l _I | MAYBE YOU DO. When a pairof red lips are upturned to your own. With no one to gossip about it, Do you pray forendurance to let them alone? Well. maybe you do--hut 1 doubt it When a sly little band you're permitted to seise, With a velvet softness about it, Do you think you can drop it with never a squnee? Well, maybe you can-but I doubt it. When a tapering walst is in reach of your arm With a aondrrfl pi.lumpness about it, Do you argue the point 'twixt the good and harm? Well, maybe you do-but I doubt it. And if by these tricks you should capture a heart, With a womanly sweetness about it, Will you guard it. and keep it and act the good part? Well, maybe you will-but Idoubt...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 22 November 1884

.1A 1)ISON T'IiMES': i R. C. WEIGHTMAIN, Editor & Prop. TE2113 or SUBSCRIPTION. 0X V'1NT. I . T.c - 1: .!: , Ti: - - - " " ,', M . C.nbtl" .stale ( 'e(tlril Executlve ('oen. "nit f'P. i)istrict Zxeut.i.o ('.rmmittee. J. It. r,,.:.r.. r ,f M :al dio,,l. (h'u. J. II. (u1.:IL, of " J. M. K. ,.': of E:at Carroll. . ~ 14·- . Advertising fIates. ALI. 'tI''TS FORI IN1 F.l:TIlcN IN Tills AI'AIR MIST BEeFI So.li, METAL . iv -ri tiiL ratw . o ::. in: c, r less.*' $1, first insertion, :tt ients per in*'h f, r ea'h Pub.r'l'C uclt .u ..,n ltiv i, crititlI. lo n,:elt 's 00le Itlts 1 ,r line. Mar:%.!' at death ill,; " flrt'o. (II,it lua:rv ti0es $ per inch or 10I cents er line. It r l i I:as ca,!il of one inch or less $12 per year. One alupare one month $2.0. 1rines furnishedl on aldieatjion for reater rnolinlt of iace( anld for Ially" length of time dewire,!. Any matter for pnblication mast reach this ,,mice not later than lay Thureday's mail. All eynn'iuniations of whatever na ture sho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 22 November 1884

MAI)ISON I11'IES $. C. WEIGIITMAN, Elitor , Prop. SAT [I:D.Y, NOV ).EMBEIl 22. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. o*cs YEsh. o tj 1 B E .z - - - - 2 . i IR C 3u 1 N 1 %.ll , - " 1) 11 1 1' nI What office do you want ? It turned cool on: Tuesay. Jack;:-"ipl will 0,1on bhe about. Buckwheat cakes are in order. Fresh butter keepl, very quiet. Read the Tihahk-giving proc!a nmation. Gov. Cleveland will resign in January. Look ut'. for the erection of new buildihg:. 'Whecn are you going to build your ru~c. The '"Te::na fi',nt" will be uade -, h'1 . The agony is over, and Mr. Blaine gives it up. The Mississippi Rivcr at Vicks burg is very low. Anybody can make Cleveland's cabinet fir himi. Most everyboly stocked up on coal this week. It take n h ,Lap of hard struggling to get up )a rain. There is no longer any doubt about the election. It is prophesied that' nxt year will be a fine crop year. The Parish Mledico's lhad a meet ing in Tallalah Tu,.day. There are few people who have nothing to be thankful...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 22 November 1884

FAruER AND CUILD. A lonel man in silence sat, With oless grief oppreas'd: A gentle ch .d in childhoods grace, clung to her father's breast. "0(, father, do not weep," she said, In accents sweet and low; "Mother will come to us again. The angels told me so." In happy dreams the child had seen PFar o6 another home, Unclouded skiesandYnff flowers, Where sorrow could not come. And seraphs with sweet bharmonies Appear'd in golden glow, And everything was beautiful The angels led her to. She lay clasp'd in her father's arms, So faint but still so fair, And look'd toward the open door, As at some brighbt thlng there. "Motlerl" she cried, with outstretched arms. Then whisper'd soft and low, "Father! I knew she'd come again, The angels told me so." USF.des LOCKS. Eaw as asport ean Open the Iost Inatrea~e uhablaaties In Existeatnce. "Locks? Locks won't keep burglars out. Why, I can open any kind of lock that has ever been invented, without key or combination." The speaker was a dose-shaved, ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 29 November 1884

/ I I II II•I IiI,- . , MADISON TIMES" DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH. VOL. 1. NO. 42 TALLULAH MADISON PARISH LA. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 29, 1884 TERMS: E?.0R E YEAR A T'l lOmT. AUsa KINxE. Twhe r the baby, radam Ser work in the owl7 kitchen, with its dainty tewahed walls. - . ls avea her knlttng, look for erall around; astastcof bab ddear lanywblme be tound. Il egd dý InyM has theehoue arden, S rem eolth'e s ld; . . 1yssath e ach nook and corner, t nthing is revealed. Aid t baother's f r ew p tr falthes 0n toe the 'vlage; Ionem to look forha had the Ibb lwo t! herlp a ou er te mother c haanced to think" rerr' Cithe old well in the orchard where the eattle ursed todrln wsse' Bower I nl o the h'd Ind her! ýadtý ier by to the em wall, s t bares edressa S etar over the well's edge I wlprse tfoerleson " s trethed her little aoras down iam Rover."held her fast., srd ever rseemed to mind the krrab st alars ea mmr emarm. It was ef chlly November evening en the train wot into Hamp...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 29 November 1884

MADISON TI11IM L. C. WEIGHTO AN, Editor & Prop. , rt: SATURDAY, N >VEMI;I 21E , . . rt TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 1I1 oLK YR.AR, - - - - - - - t Ix MONTHs, .- - - - 1 2.) ol THREEK MONTIIS - - ) Membersate Central Executite ('otl. mittee. l Jolns . T',NL. District Executive Committee. J. B. STONE, of .11Jiwio, Ch'n. J. HT. G(jiotL, of 11 J. M. KENNEDY, of East Carroll. _;_ -___---- - =- tI Advertising Rates. ALL CUTS FOR INSERTION IN THIS PA PE.R MUST BE OF SOLID META L Advertising, rates. oni inch or e, $1, first insertion, Y1, (lint, -r i nch fr each subsequmnt ,ona,,cntive. inrcrtin. 1t Legal notices samue s a above. Local notices 10 cents per line. Marriage and death notices free. r Obituary notices $1 per inch or 10 cents per line. Busineuss cards of one inch or less $12 g per year. One square one month $2.50. Prices furnished on application for greater amount of uavce and for any length of time desired. Any matter for publication must I reabh this office not later than by T...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 29 November 1884

MA i)ISON rFIjl 1S B. C. WE:iHTMAN, Editr &. rci. SAT Ut DAY, NOVEM 1E2. TERMS OF SUSCRLIPTION. 013 YViAK, t - SIXM, II,1 - -j - ,r ' M tIT- . -- - - 7 "i Jackni pe have arrivred. Why do not the fles .iie off ? Send in your orders for job work. Did you ceiJbrate Th .dksgivingi day ? A mosquito was se( n and k;lled this week. Rain 1]1,t S:tturday, whi'h was very welcome. t The cisterns ntIedel nimore rain, .and they got it. Will geese C, l ducks are flying in this ncigiIborhood. The odor of mince !ie is pereep tille in the land. ThaInK, ! Last Thursday week's New OCr leans papers arrived hurt; Saturday. Riley Brown well known through t the parish died last Saturday night. It is said that a number of turkeys were devoured on Thurs day. Milliken's Bend levee is hvingt rapidly built. It will soon be finished. Levee work :1l along the front lt booming. Get ready caly !,r next years e.(''p. " There has been no change inl the time of the departare of the pa::- t senger trains from De...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 29 November 1884

TO AN rrITAAN uorc;Cm. I Childa of the sunny South how low Thy lot in this strang Western :and Thy rounds with bagd fbook in band. baests of winter chill thee, and om's haughty banners were unfurled To ouMt btees in stately pride; Nor ag nor ook thy sire bore then. Dut shield on arm. and at his aide The trusty sword that taught all men A leson ne'er forgot again. Pleba? Eques? Senator? What boots To ask from whihob ty stook did come? Who sprang from either of these roots Could boast "Civii Romanu sum. The sun Lha set upon their glory. Forgotten In the busy bum Of modern ais; but yet their story Comes to uds dn theages hoary. And when I scan the gLowia page That tels the tale o nobe mea Of Csr's grus swor and pen. Thes turn me from that time away. And s thee in thy squalid weeds, I feel 'tic true, as proverbs say. every dog has but bhis day. ROW A IO mortEL 1S UN. The NysMeses of the 5ehemn as Revealed by an Amast. As a reporter was standing in the once of one of the largest hotel...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 6 December 1884

MADISON TIMES. DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH. VOL. NO. 43 TALLULAH MADISON PARISH LA. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 6, 1884 T'iS: .., PE i YvF MOTHE'S WORK. one l fi t. from aing. sowing and brewing, quite a- lstIng frylor and boiling. rePlg dust ng sand coleaning, disce S ashing, starching and ironing, itiang, turning and mending, 'tl ng,, basting and stitching. whi laking the old like new; they Shoe strings to lae, mo Faces to wash, Buttons to ew, tis And the llke of such F Stockings to darn whit While the children play, Sm Stories to tell,. pc Tears wlpe away, her. Making them happy exc'i The Ilvelong day; Sever thus from morn till night: ofa Whie ays that a mother's work is light? Cc 1. this At evening tour To b Little forms in white, her 1 Prayers all said that An the last good-night; ror Tucking them safe In each downy bed, -a 1 Silently askingwith O'ereach bead on ii That the dear Father S n heaven will keep Safe all my darlings, scri Awake or asleep. e esa I think the old ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 6 December 1884

MA DISON TIMES' R. C. WEIUHTMAN. ELditor & Prop. !' SAT HI',I)\Y,, i>I('' E IIE;IC ,;. i TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ti o. YF.Al, - - - $ ' - i: ix M()NTI, ...... ) ', Mlis M T - - - - ; Membcrhatrte ('entral EIlecutlve C'IOs. ill tee. Joult II. NroXr District Executvoe Conmmittee. J. , o. , f.Madi.on, (','n. J. H. (;III.r,,., of "t J. M. KE.Ns:)y, of East ('arroll. f -------- - -- - -- ----- ___ Advertising Rates. A1.,. C'UTS FOR INSERTION IN THilS PAPER M't1$T IlE F? OLID.) E MTAL Al vertisinmi rate', one inch or less, $1, first insertiom, :it vents per iehl for ea'h subleq1uent eirinettive insertiinl. L gal t l eot s t ul. e all s tove. Local h iottiee Ii's 1 'lts per line. .Marria, o antl death noti'tC ft'ree. O)lhitluarv naotice. $1 per inch or 10 tents per lcine. Business cards of one inch or less $12 per year. 4)ise sq i:re one month $2.50. Prices furnishled on alppliention for greater amRount of space ilmi for any oIlth -f time desired. Any matter fr publication must rea...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 6 December 1884

R. C. WEIGHTMAN, Editor & ºI op. SA'I'I'Illº.1Y, I)ECEMI EI'l 6. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. oXs rEAu, - - - - $20 . . . lrINTri, - - - - - i T H R E E !N N T II . * - - T1 iBuy a farm. JDont feed tramps. Chris Kringle is coming. (':otonm picking is about over. M rý. Lytle's house is progressing Summuner paid us a visit on Thurs day. Mr. Bllum has some fine butter for sale. If you have anything to sell ad vertise it. The small bayous are crowded with dlucks. Hlavo you engaged your Christ inas turkey ? A good barber shop would be a good thing to have here. What has become of the hotel t that was going to be built here. t Fares have been reduced to three I cents a mile on the L. N. O. &. T. i RI. IR. The Southwest is the star, to- t wards which the eves of railroad ( men are looking. C The roads were dry but the rain I Friday made plenty of (mud. Sweet cider on draught at Blums Buy your Christmas candlies at T Lavigne's, see his card. The Morehouse Clarion, has not l been seen in t...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 6 December 1884

s1 LOVE¥D III TINKER. Ti -.---l A eras Widow of 8mty arrles a his Trump. Th Pell Anybody wishing to know how soon love late Is quenched in the feminine breast will have ma to ask somebody older than Mrs. Elizabeth for Powell, of Farmingdale, L. L She is sev ofb enty years of age. She has just deserted claF her husband,James Powell, to run off witha inte mere boy, John Baunan, forty-five years old. fin, Mrs. Powell and Mr. Powell have been eats out for several years, she taking the inside I of the house and hethe outside. She has an Tr income of 11,ooo from the estate of a 52 farmer husband, Conklin Baylls. She lived of alone, a lonely life, till about a month ago, when a ray of sunshine flashed into the house. The ray was reflected from a pol ished tin can heldin the hand of Mr. Bannan, a mender of silver-plated ware, who called Pa for a job. It was a case of love at first sight. She was coy, If not young, and he was tired of walking and longed to settle down in some wh such cottage...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 13 December 1884

MADISON TIMES" DgVOTED TO THE WEL[ARE OF MADISON PARISH. VOL. 1. NO. 44 TALLULAH MADISON PARISH LA. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 13, 1884 . TE.Is: 8'.0, II F:\ll I I . . I n. . . I ! . i.i . . . . .I . i. . . .I n n ! 111 * ,RV= TOPICS. I Notes, News and Thoughts.Connected ca with Farm and Household Management. ma Talk Abaut Speep. It THs LINCOLN. the The Lincoln is the largest and heavi- fi est of all the breeds. In one instance a yearling dressed seventy-one pounds per e quarter, a two year-old, ninety-one oal pounds, and one three years old, ninety- ca six and a half pounds per quarter; and ita is another case thirty lambs (wethert), it fourteen months old, dresed 140 pmnds h1 each. The fleeces is also very heavy, as t1 bem fourteen months old lambs. have Thi been taken clips weighing from ten to (te twenty-six ,pounds of wool, and in ac- In other case from scv.ral score of them, ol feeces weighing fourteer& pounds each, be of washed wool which is rkng and lus- 'o' trous, fully nine i...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 13 December 1884

. C. WEIGHT,.AN, Editor & Prop. J..t . -. ,) f.ir SATURDAY, I1)DC iIfC!R 13 . law f, ... - oug.ht TEIRM OF SUBSC1IPTION. ncess i OE YEAS:, - - - . goti KIrx ) T'rT . - - - - - 1 "' his 1 " --: n -'~ -' to cl MenmLtr:-talc C-'j' r'IxecttiveComt .'ri J.. :. I;. : ,B ..... tuck District Executive Comuinttee. the " J. ;. .To..E, o'Mlison, Ch'n. catch .J. if. (,iurol, of " er an J. M. KE NNsDY', of East Carroll. acc.t' Sare g Advertislng LZ.atcs. there A.r. C .TS ~RFo IYr:'1:TTo; IS TillSto r I'APE M0'r IhE(i" oOlD M t:T.\ ua' Alvertisfinl: rate . ,in Inchli or lss', and $1, first ill lie", h). ,M in")l for e i"'l ,yl )4. I i' f ( l l t 4' i ns t'tt in:,erti'ii. OiV lll , ,Aal n ii'<"s il( ,.tt. 1 r line. \larr!iaO allot *"1: It bn"ti, fret . daIm Olit ary ntaIe .l h ,i , ', or 10 th i retts per ii ... t hoI rlh,.ines cald of one Winch or less $12 trou er year .. - tive ;'t:,t~qllre ar e lllmonthlll ,$2.., ('rice: furn,.ishl t1 o allliaetiofn for irY'al ti·. uIllll:l(t t f s ry c...

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