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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 17 January 1885

:ilISON T L" iSE B. C. WE:GIITMN, Editor .Prcp. ,'1V1T':'.Y, J.A',\'l 1- U. -' lYq OF SU-S CR7TIONT . S..... F ; :", rat th,' ,,L.n ,. ,i,, to, W c. in:.i day :. t, Tril ,:[ tihe trac:k Th!ir,.lay, n-we.t of Metru,. It:,in. W  t " - : . ," : i,h!t n :,i thr-n'.-h the ,dI.y . ;. nu ht T'h rsd;'. FeL:ti':,,r (',.]fax ,.it, at M ank-id ,, -Ninna, lat'I "i ue Iday. Su, leuly. Mr- 1My'r' Cl.irke G(ainc dih, iti New I)r'an: : Jan. 9th ag.d- :: v1rg.r 3M. iH. li:Young -h:.t by Adolph *1, !.i. -, in 6..: lratnci .', .:, c'ovelrd. L, ('apt .1a:. B. E.Ads. has beln pi, ..iu ted cl,, tint EiL. i. r ,luL& . Th, , Jcik"h:, anr: P'+' gn. t sa { i. t)t g 1" Sa tin i I, .:: ' .ei rc-I f. r cttin, se. ,1 n!l alon, the ri;er. Ala.ika i. larter than n!l of the Unlitel Statt'y, cast of thio Mis-is The lower ho'i-,s of th I1!lin",: le-il:aturr way trga::izce, by the d t'iiioirat.. Sc.hc, l mrrt Ipr,(ceed!in^.n rec:.ivtn, too lat,, l:,t weok to tuLiiei;. They' a.plN,:r this wtck. Iej rt4.rnt:1t...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 17 January 1885

A IiLT.T-SIrTY LTAY IE YET. hatch( in an 1 ri ore she's dowt a lese yet. down Alaheoue loyeir Wa*te : his ys It are wo his do To ut ai woo Deom by tett ae s t gentle Stre's a braw' e oWet. callini when we W at; rea amw n yet. curyed When fT the  obest glomin' yet. Ie's iseior pu._ ,n osuer f* ther, Hiutyfklty lade yet. 1 hr But.o . her artless aes male sweet dote 'Than hooey or than maraletehoul An' reet or wrag. IEr It be l ng, I'll bring herto a parley yet. inde 'm Jealus o' wht blesses her. of de The ver brass that hls bar. Thi T ilow'r beds is d on woh she tread a, orne ftat is her. is no Tia O mto a my lassie yet . Up in oa e grassy yet; the And naught to me it tab ave her that's but a lassie yet. this. be I 1ALTEsI ANi ANGOeA. mess aemesslngu Abelt a aert .l Pets tai throl l sley L Preoer. il so many aes pr. leg a "Is it possible," asked the reporter, cent "that Maltese and other fancy cats ar be q taking the place of dogs as ladies' pet? h It is said that in Washington la...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 24 January 1885

·II I | II II I II I I_ __ llf! I II I I I I • . . .. . . .. ... . . . . .. . - ..........MADISON TIMEs" DVOTED TO TIIE WELFARE OF MADION PARISH. VOL. 1 N"O. 50. TALLULAH MADISON PARISH LA. SATURDAY..IANITARY &, I r.: .lIl: .,.n it Yt:li .. I, i i I I i • imi N i I, niI. I i. .I i INin.ll n ..l_ i. . IAK MJIOTHBE USED TO MAKE. r JAMES WmITcoxM rnaLE. T was born In Indlany," maid a stranger lank hi salimU. al A M ellers in the restaurant was kind o' ýuyln' him. di A1s jale Jakewas slidin' him another pun' Kinl pie Aid a extra cup o' coffee with a twinkle in his eye- t 'I was born in lndiany-more'n forty year d I'ain't been baek in twenty-and I'm workin' back'ards slow:; "t I've et in every restarunt 'twixt here and p Santy Fee. St Lad I want to state this coffee tastes like git tin' home to me! r1 -ear us out another, daddy," saysthe feller (; wrmin' up.t A41cskln' crst a sauoertful, as uncle took his w aed per srn out yeoder," he went L on to Uncle Jao-- at " '*Co(se In and rit...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 24 January 1885

Ii. C. WEIGIITitA-(. Ed'tor & Prop. )w sATI 'IAIv.\Y, J.1\.1'AII' '-1. i:d:-i, TEIMS OF lIUBSCRIPTION. WVrk ONfE YE4H. 1 - r.. -.. unK:n . 75. o ýwith -- -- cal Jlpmlm' -c: Sirnt ( .'lrt r l Eecu-llvo omll. illn th Joltn t. .Prou . District Executivo Committee. or in J. B. -TNF., of Ma'li:nm , (C 'li. frt J . i1 . ( ;I , ,ll., ,f ' ilia r J. M. K N Iiany, of East Carroll. i - - - - sitte Advertising Rates. colrn Au.L C'TS FcTs INSFrTION IN TIIS days PAPER IT- B (IF ' J.I.D FTA L er 1 the I Alverti:in rates, on1. In'1h or less, i tl $1, firrst iisert lilll. ) 11vents per in11 i for who each lsubetillq'u t ' oL n i cllr lltive i1.ertio vnr legal noIt ie sam:e as abov\e. rue Local it iee I lont, pIr line. tard Marria'e and death notices free. 1 ust Ohituary nuoti:'s $1 per inch or clen celts pwr line. IliAilr i-ls carlds of ono inch or less $12 is n One suare one month ..to Pirie frni ed on all'li(atifn fir treater aloiutnt if .; cC and for anty COINr n . un) gt h| Of tinCe d e...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 24 January 1885

- . - . . . . - - - . , TMA:. . E hter &Prop. x,:'1 TERM:i CF SUBSCPlrTICO = 1 St' _- - -.  h! -Z I VtlI(r bath . j) jtL 11 rha* Wh('n a:r' yu going to the Ex- to",. ,ositi,:l? iiwr This wae a. lad week, for levee and buihlil , fl uut lT'raiun have been generally late wut tlis week. ted The're hats not, beelt a clear day onl this wck wak.s The District Court devoted this neaw week to civil cases. The weather occupied the most F part of the week in sleeting. Iou Snow and sleet Monday night. ;a tI Tuesday morning the ground was ena covered with a white coat. day There were few purchasers at the fiCu sale of State lands. That's where Mr. a good opportunity was missed. nea A butcher shop would do well here, so would a lbnrer shop tihat charged reaseonable prices for se work. cni This has been abusy week,every sal, one you met ,on the street was in a an hurry, and had no time to stop and son talk. wh The many admirers of Joe EMul- not hattan will be grieved to hear of th] his retir...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 24 January 1885

TEm LAOVlE VISIT. ore It is Made at the same Hour uHs shlip imkLs and All are Lost. Overhanging the waters of the Firth ter of Forth tiere lived, a good many year o, ago, a family of old standing in Fifeshire of t -frank, hospitable and hereditaryone Jacobites. It consisted of the laird, a old man well along in years, his wife, three on sose and four daughters. The daughters tan were all young and unmarried, and the eldest and younest were much attached to each other. It chanced that among red the visitors to the old house there came wit a young naval officer, whose gun brig a often put into the neighboring harbor. f He was well received, and between him and the eldest of the sisters a tender at- mi taehment sprang up. But the prospect ins of such an alliance did not quite please ri the young lady's mother. The plea th urged was that they mu t wait for bette ins times. He was a fine, gallant fellow. th4 and, taking the old lady at her word, he thi determined to do his utmost to push...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 31 January 1885

MADISON TIMES. DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARLH. VOL. I NO. 51. TALLULAH MADISON PARISHI LA. SATURDAY. JANUARY 31, 1885 TEllMs: 8$.0. I'EIt \EIll DH. HA. IMOND ON BATHS. ap h'ben They are Decidedly Injurious- - common Sense Rules. e11 Mluch of the literature on the subject t} othe Turkish bath owes its origin to he those who are finsanially interested in ha the su.ccss of the baths. As such it is to of course to be regarded with a certain o degrtc of k"kpticivm. In ord-r to get the an opiunion of high and disinterested med- al ical authority in the matter, Dr. William A. Hammond was called upon. In re- to sponse to the question: "Is the Turk- (' ish bath always beneficial in its effects?" o't Dr. Ilamniond said: "The Turkish 1 bath is generally beneficial to a person TI in good health. Always is a word which M -ever occurs in a physician's vocabulary. h Thus the lyayman might say that straw- Iii berries were always healthful, but the be -«-s* ,,piesican knows that tAe gtnera...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 31 January 1885

MA1ISON 'TIM !S . C. WEICliHTM , LJitor & -?rp. SATUR1).,Y, JAN,.1lY :M. TERMS OF P£Us33CRIPTION. t, Onu YEAR, . . ec') tr SIX o,,T,, . . . . . 2. hi THURKa MOTIS .. - ' Member State (c'-nt .-t .xAecutive C`om. i, nlkLt4e. JoutS B. STuNE. District Executive Committee. P J. B. STONx, of'Madion, ChI'n. J. II. (GuLvot(,,of " tl J. M. KENNEDY, of S:t Carrl!. f. A blue jpea' ,,, irk at this .?ia*- A graph inditc.i tlhat Ijour sb.scrip tion will expire in two weck. o A blue pencil mark at this para grapjh'lue(al thlt"! this is the l.east t i , the paper will be seat to y')u stes r the subscripti;,t price i rcccire ed bc fore next issue. In future a: "egal a.ivertisc' ntents sn:st e z.id fr be'e r lthe second i; n,r:::. f they shozi.'.ti a.2, ,r /1 '&' a tinze, _ : . ':... t discontinue J. Fears of an o'.:!i , w i i . .it.t are over. John J. In !..... : n . . t. -c t , ed Senator fro:a K:,: ' -as. The Chincst 'of.,' tf": l ' iIe French at Kelung the la'.tc lart " la:t week. Congr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 31 January 1885

MAI)ISON TIIIMES .._._.---  --- - -- -- E C. WzI-hfTt AN, Editor I Prrp. SATUII).Y, JANUARY 31. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. WI MOSNTIP, - - 1 )ta s Mo rs m s. - - - 7" a-------- -~--------- DRII F'T. Plnat trees. Mud is predominant. The rise in the river is over. Now is the time to plant fruit trees. Mardi Gras comes on the 17th of February. Plant all your spare ground in cow peas. The river came to a stand at Cairo Tuesday. Cheap rates to the exposition, is what is wanted. Every one who sees it, is pleased with the exposition. Plank walks have paid for them selves the last few weeks. There were a great number of wagons in town Thursday. Come and get your warrant if your claim has been approved. The next number of the TtMEQ, will end the first year of it's exi.st ence. A fruit tree advertisement insert ed in the TIMES, would bring so:ae orders. You had better secure a lot in the Briscoe addition before th..y are all gone. Now stop your gro'vlin", and come gAt your money, if the par i-i...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 31 January 1885

THl N. Y. TATrE CAPITAl.. easethlng Abeut the Meest Expealve madliee oe Our Cotmlent. The state capitol building is the most expensive edifice on this continent having now cost approaching$16,400,000 The capitol at Washington was summed up ten years ago to have cost ahout $13,000,000, and since that time nothing has been added except the improvement of the capitol grounds. The superin tendent at Albany to;d me that he thought he could finish the capitol if he had l3,000,000 voted into one lump. Some sceptics there say that the capitol wil take $10,000,000 more. If it is to be fin isbed with the tower, I should think i would cost nearer $25,000,000 than $20, 000,000. While the Albany capitol hat great depth it is in its longest part hardli the length of the national capitol. A good deal of the latter edifice is merely curtain or screen to connect the wing with the old center. The Albany capi tol has three great stories mounted upor a great basement, and above the c rnice are pavilion...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 7 February 1885

SM-ADIsoN TIMEs. .. _K _ : 'i DIVOTED TO THE WELFAREb OF MADISON PARISH. VO I TALLULAH MADISON PARISH# LA. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 7, 1885 TEH.|: .00 iER YEAR SIIIIIIII IIg IIII Iy II I II9 I IIIIIII I II I Ip I II ma I- I II II I m  I I III •m I I II II I I III II , . . " . . .. . .. . . .." . ..... . . .I I e l I ,A T ITOPICL Notes, News and Toughl e Csameed with Farm and Housahld . YManagement. PACTs rFO FAmIas. s t is not thoroughly drained will not 1p.uu sheep without inducing the ap cearance of oprot. ,L Beddlag Jor peemot osly health but saits in preventing dirt in the *ooL Cklnlinessis as indispensile to sheep as to other stock. Better i~ your hay, ipw andcpin than sell it. By that tneaps yot "kill Str b*ds with one stone"-y6t feed l aSr your stock. -i erd o secure the fastest walking horses they mau4t be tested, and the best retainc:i for breeding, as careful selec. tious will result in.the establishment of a breed of fast walking horses if persisted in. A Wi-c ,nsin farmer cl...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 7 February 1885

MADISON TIMES . C. . WEIGTA, Editer & Prep. refra cond SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 7. mini coul ?ERMS Or SUBSORIPION. year 00 ates .icrs, - :, . 1. - 125t oug K EK MOnrs ..... .. 75 and net ,mb"r stme Central Exilve srm. vide 41101 is a Joas B. ion. and ltstrlet Zxeautlve Committee. fur I J. B. Sroxz, of Madison, Ch'n. -3. II. GilloL, of " J. M4. KzsxDv, of East Carroll. froi T A bve pencil mark at this yara- of a graph indicat that ytear subserip- pea lion will xpire is two tweks. ing A blue peasci mark at this para iAf graph'neaethat this is the last time wil' the paper eie be seat to you SaIess arti the subs.riptien price is received be- A fors aesx i .bee --- tim In fuure allleal advertise- gre - mants ut b paid for before 0 'hee second insertion. If not a: a id for before tie day on wh ich t:hey should appear the second Ah limen, the publicatton will be fo discontinued. o0 hal Tuesday week is Mardi Gras. Wa W. R.. Mrrison got the derr.o- Wa eratic caeasm nomination for Sena- mu 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. — 7 February 1885

MI)ISON TIMES *. C. WEIG1T[AN, Editor & Prop. a SATURI)AY, FEBRRUARY 7. ti tia TaRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Jua SrU oW.AIN. 7- - | B = y I, )- -he, I)R IF *T. to Local news is scarce. th Square off at your crops. II The week opened with beautiful di weather. Iq The voice of the hen is heard in the land. Bulls should not be allowed to a run at large. B The Milliken's Bend Levee is or out of danger. Every plow in the parish, should gi now be at work. ai Measles prevails through this por- w tion of the parish. pesonia levee in East Carroll tl parish will he built. Two or three new stores, could lt be rented here right now. i Grair., is now being received in b large quantities, at the depot. ri Everybody is objecting to the a rates of fare to the Exposition. h There ought to be plenty of peach and pear trees in this country. b Plowing is going on at a lively n rate, in the Cape neighborhood., 81 A good way to build up a town, is to discourago would be new comIu s. The stuffthat dreams are...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 7 February 1885

Etiquetts ofr WhIt. There are certain suggestionsand notes relative to the manner of playing the modern. rcientifc game of whist, which we do not find in the dry rules laid down by our best writers. While they tell us the mec~hanical operations of playing and how to make the most of the cards held, they do not tell us what small talk should be inserted between hands in order to lighten the sombre routine of ii play. For instance. should the dealer spill the cards on the floor while trying to shuffle them, many would not know what to say in order to relieve him of h his embarrassment. You should at that time ask him if you had not better pro- e cure a bushel basket for him to shuffle A in. This will at once produce roars of b lavghter, and the game will proceed 14 smoothly. Mr. Pole has omitted such suggestions as these, and I have taken a the responsibility of naming a few. I' Should you wish to gain the esteem I and admiration of your partner and a other lovers of whist, occssional...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 14 February 1885

. MADISON TIMES. ;y VOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH. VOL. II NO. 1. TALLULAH MADISON PARISHi LA. ATURDAY. FEBRUARY 14, 1885 TEMS@: 8'2.11 PE YEARH U----0 :ass asw*t. LILY m. CUsY. t Isauh Wotod earst" i di As she. laughoig used to call it: Sbe was anpt:ous once. you know. Le st some accident befall it. Here's some fteny work as ray. And a tiny scarlet tthimble- j a s.mst waeh its p y p On the head so whrte sad nimble. These are flowers withered up. And an Ivort ran olunted: Here's slpper aim aid peifled. Books towed carelessly, and desk Littered, all lI sweet omfusionl . 1 Cabinet photos swrlnt5 rrotteOque Hardly plaa for morntria.et o Here's the ar eb likeA to larks of small teeth on t handle. And a novel to peruse, I And a hslf.burralroekeiaIle! remember whatbe saeid Of this puzle--whclh I gave her- hi Laug-ed and tojahm ,I ýr .e "%ouldn't mak t it r .GBone forever:" Map. Itk She must short`y be returnlat; hbrough thewldow diapery strmss ci _4p Int o azmberburnl.i Why, he...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 14 February 1885

MIA D)ISON TIM IS R. . WEIORTAN, Editor & Prop. t SATURDAY, FEBRI'ARY 14. 1 TERN S O0 8UBSCRIPTIOX. ont sAR, . - - - . $2 00 six Mo03ls, - - - - - 1 25 C T1sr3 MONTHSt . . * 75 t Meaber Smtat Central Kx.ecnt Conn. 0 mlttee. Joan B. Prosn. Distitet Ixecutivo Committee. ( J. B. SToNs, of Madison, Ch'n. J. H. GusroI., of " J. M. KEsNDY, of East Carroll. A blue pencil mark at this para graph indicates that your subscrip tion wil expirs in two weeks. A blue pencil mark at this para, graphneans that this is the last time the paper will be sent to you unless the subscription price is received be fore nest issue. In future all legal advertise msnts must be paid for before the second insertion. If not paid for before the day on wkiclh thsy should appear the second time, the publication will be discontisnued. Cleveland is the champion silent man. The French are winning battles with the Chinese. The Portugese have seized both banks of the lower Congo river. Cleveland on his way home fro...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 14 February 1885

1R C. WEIGHTMAN, Editor & Prop. SATURI)A\Y, FEBRUARIY 14. TBRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. "Ur VIAR, *$* (K) * s5 MONTU S, . " - - s rl NIo MOrNTHs. -. -C 1) I- I T Ti Have you sent a Valentine ? C It turned right cool Monday. The woods, are full of tramp ( printers. t Omega makes a break for the s Exposition next week. It is said railroad fares will be reduced after Mardi Gras. The Exposition is taking in more money than it pays out, now. Tallulah sent a large delegation tothe Exposition this week. f The clearing up of the wreck east ofTallulah was completed Monday. One of the chief attractions of J TalluTati, is, it has no brass band. The apportionment of the School t fund gives Madison parish $1.380. 13. The Lake One Saw Mill is send nlg considerable lumber to Tallu lash. Monday night was cold enough to make ice three inches thick, in buckets. May be you have not heard it, but JOB WORKn of all kinds is done at this office. Ladies kissing each other, is said to be going out of fashion....

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 14 February 1885

PANEKS AT VASSAR. ash mani Vgor of the Famous College Gols at MIhehter. A young married lady looked out of a window of a west side residenee at the snow the other day and began to laugh. Then she said, by way of explanation : "I wonder if the girls at Vassar college are paling as much fun with their little sleds this winter as they had when I went to scbool there. Vassar girls were a wild set in my' days, and get i as much mischief as college boys ever did." "Will you relate some of your advent ures?" was asked of her. "In order to fully appreciate the pranks of the Vassar girls," said the lady, "you must remember that one of the greatest burdens on the shoulders of the faculty of the college is to keep the scholars from eloping with designing young men and getting married without their pa rents' permission. Whenever a mar. rageable male strays inside the high cedar hedge which divides the Vassar grounds from the rest of the world, he ib regarded with suspicion by twenty pair of ey...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 21 February 1885

_MADISON TIMEs . D',VOTED TO TIE WELFARE OF MAID9ON PARISH. VOL II NO. 2. TALLULAH MADISON PARISH LA. ATURDAY. FEBRUARY 21,1885 ITERIS: 82.00 PEl YEAiR TgE FLIGHT FnOM THse CONVENTS TIHtIobontt TILTO. I ee the starlights quiver ksejewe 14 min tne rivet; The bank is hli.t with a ge; What If 1 I pthe ed;g: I thouzht I know the way y nilght as weliai day; How soon a lover goes astray! The pLace is somewhat lonely I mealn for Just onel only. I bru -ht the boat ashore Anlhour ag' or mnore. Well. I wills t an walt; She fixed the hear at eight; Good angels bring her not latel Tomrorrow'l tonlues that name her Will hardlv dare to blame her; A ily still Is white Through all thedark of oinht. 'I he mt.rning sun shall show The bridet as pure as snow. Whose wedding all the world shall khow. O God! that ! should gain her! Uthat can so detain her? " .yelp!fg cur; thy bark Will fright oer In the dark. What! strlking nine? That's fsat. Is some one walking past? Oh, so thou art come at last! Now. wh...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 21 February 1885

11 R.. C. WEI3HTMAN, Editor & Trop. T RMS Or SUBSCRIPTION. ONCP Y°.R, - - six w)N'rt', - - " '' ' 111 i :.: ( ,.'sTI * * Meit.mxr ititO '4eItranl t uxrcu re ('Coll. t ':il Johnt It. .T~NE. { igarhct Exoeutive Comunittee. J. i.. r"ro e., of .:,,lisn,, 'uh'l. J. }[. (ill.t'ull., if ". uný J.. Ni. K!r.e'N , of Ea"t Carroll. ,t' .t b!t. p a , it 12, ',L at thi.;  1.-. r graph ijdirate'" that 'our e,1.i , ;,-, tion will ei i, , tee r,. i~'. .A WIar )-'arI , ,,0 ,,tk e l,;i L. r ';i ' -ra.p,'ftla Id.r t , thie ij the I,,.t t;,~ =t, I'r4 p .p'r .will be sert to ý1 , , ,! u ,; I "j i the ei ri i pricre i i rl jrt .i V rrrc l , ' foPt urxt iasuC. -, -i Spad fo;r i'"btor' t.:e .{a . 'n i'. . , ti s :f:' e ,u c.. ,' :::., . "'. bakd, for a nnt p . 31ardi ('r~ e : .ri e • . ~~~Iand evryhing twe ' ~--·0---- A R, CFre u str' ,m) . : i'" : ."9Xp ei'. 1 . on Feb. 16., from (1.icag' to N. w York. c.. Frol all over the I: m.d, rc1 e the cry o hlcap ratce to the E\%r- et A ", A reduction of 1...

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