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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 21 February 1885

F1AI)ISON 'IIMS A • _ . . . . . .o \ tI S. C. WEIGHTMAN, Editor t Prop. ,li i s.17T I;II).iY, 1.II.:I '.\IIY 21. .\a - . - i le T-BM OF SUBSCIIPTION. I i - -11-1 i - - --, - - i-- - - I 1') i II Til'. oI ,I TIIOCº nltSf: ,] r let ,moºon this wt . r 11:hai Winter is nonrly o,'t r. \VWlil Everyl,,,dyv is gardening. .: t Measles are. still around. your All the lebayous are fa:lling. ::nt: police Jtury meets Mondal:, 1,,w Plant a lllllman trees as you' can. All thie alliccs hla e hecl Spok,, n .., for. W ,,I 1', ednesday was : citd,,ithdedly co.l day. rTo r Are you going to, thle inaugllr ati,n ? TI The levees are in gefnerally gnodI 1e <.I condition. TI leautiful watlhcr tllc first :rt t(ity of the week. :Ia,, S Mcasles still prevails, but is of l:ur a very mild type. Feb, The Exl"ositioll 1pilrims can n. T expected hliue soon. thit. It will soln le time to get your' at Ashing tacklelin order. Stock for working purloscS, is i : t" searce in Madison iparish. Th If you wuant to kee...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 21 February 1885

m ms Bi TmUl w"MUrN. the our sitel Uinglar Crimes for Whleh Three we. he men Have Igeen Convleted. In the Lower Pyrenees, at the little village of Lanne, three women have just * been condemned for a single crime. They conspired together and murdered a man named Joseph Larras. The un fortunate victim was fifty.eight years th old and in feeble health, but was never- 4th theless inured to toil; and he had Hey amassed about 1,800 francs, which he Hr always carried about with him in a M leather belt. One day he lent a certain amount of money to a tavern keeper, a woman of evil repute named Madeline war Langlot. She was already deeply in ed debt to others, and finding herself on the the point of becoming bankrupt, resolv. ed to free herself from her obliration the toward him by murder. bar Larras had often demanded the repay ment of the sum which she owed him. D Once, when he visited her for the erst time with this object, she cordially in- in I vited him to stay to dinner. He accept- Rla...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 28 February 1885

MADISON TIMES. II . g t - DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MAIDSON PARISH. VOL II NO. 3. TALLULAH MADISON PARISH LA. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 28, 1885 TERMS: 82.00 PFR YEAR _I WANTED TO BE A MANAGER. 1 Ica But giV4 eOw a St. Louis Youth Reatlged His pa Dream. do I the the Ethel Summers Comedy Compa y. and th Yesaq Mr. Fortescue's Five Hudred Del- feel lire Vauished About thei Same Time. the had St. Louis Sunday Sayings. nee T ed ma1 and vita vide trw "ou firs1 dem amt rouse IOwrzscu AnD TM WA**o3 P Adolphaus Fortescue sat in oneof theanug re treats of one of his fatherh snuggest rooms Sa smugly-bulls house on Olve street lazily h prasing the advertising columns of the lat T SeIt Olobe-Democrat and pondering over wa things theatrical. Adolphus was an ex- dat secretary of the McCullough club, a leading the light In the management of things pertain- e Ig to the "sock and buskin" and his am Misaes tancy soared away high into the ors realms of managerial glory. the 'Tis true he was but on the verge o...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 28 February 1885

MA DISON TIM1ES1 E. C. WEIGHTMAN, Editor & Prop. tha Icru SATURDAY, FEBRUAIRY 2A. pa` I iti TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. "in t ONE va4, - - - $- - , rivr st M-14Ts, -. .-- . - 25 . thei tusL UO,.rns - .- i- - by - i bro Member state Central Executlve Com. hol nittee. JoHN B. STONE. Distrect Executive Committee. 1op J. B. Srou, of Madison, Ch'n. on J. H[. (ILFOIL, Of " aPI J. M. K E.IDY, of East Carroll. if I to A bles peceil mark at this para- she graph indicates that yoear subscrip- CO tio will expire in two weeks. to I the A blte pencil mark at this para. . graph'meaas that this is the last time the the paper will be sent to you bnless fea the subscription price is received be- the fore next issue. in. ____ - --- tie In ful*re.d s ,egzal a'dver':sce- cl inetis lnuss be paidl for before for the second, inser~icn. If no. an pad for before the day o; hich O ti;ey shou:d 1 1ear &'t e s,:o::Z. the .:m,, te. pub:o. rt !;:, ', the discont;tied. I of --- onU The river report from Hele...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 28 February 1885

MADISON TIMES ,. C. WEIGHT/IAN, Editor & Prop. Th SATURDAY, FEID:'ARY 2. j'ur. TSBRM OF SUBSCRIPTION. 1Tb 1N o yiAR, , () nief I MNLU , - -T - - 1-,i O . . . .repo I) IFT . G. A. ow, a Spring has not come yet. is ne The measles is still with us. letter Rain Monday night, and Tues- the day. if the The cotton-wood trees are bud- the o d.ing. the n The Ohio river is frozen at Cin- tel cinnati. ginet Be sure you are right, and then 'tr. go ahead. State Don't forget to renew your sub- cave scription. W aS 4 Helena sends a river report right 1 o( along, now. e 1 Judge Slack returned from the 3' city Thursday. raln, Capt. Spencer returned from New conai Orleans Tuesday. conr Mlr. John G. Lucas was in Tal- 3M Boat lulah, Wednesday. of tl Mr. . Ge . W. Montgomery was repo in town this week. actic Capt. Jno. B. Stone, returned by 1 from New Orleans Wednesday. A Eggs ought to be worth, : . over fski fifteen cents a dozen now.g Strange, that you should have Bl),t been left out of the cahine...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 28 February 1885

HEALING AN UNBELIEVER. Cured by Faith and Still Incredu lous. b b el The Remarkable Case of Mr. French Davis.- n Withest any Faith Hmuself He Finds Him- f' self Restera Alterthe Prayersof Others.- An Asoemly in Faith Core History. i "Is Yr. Davis inr' "Do you wish to see himr' "It you please." I_ "I will take in your card." ii A very pleasant Ikoking little woman in a c close-fitaing drab dres of the greatest poem- o ble neatness, took the reporter's card and ti disappeared for a moment. She soon re turned saying that "her husband" would be I pleased to see the gentleman. "You have moved reosetly, I think," said 0 the reporter. "I had some difulty in find ing you." I "Yes. I have been until recently at Mrs. 'I Green's, on Locust street. Now my little q wile and myself are going to keep house by i ourselves. Don't you think we have snug b quarters?" The reporter looked about and quite I agreed with him. It was one of the pleas antest of the little houses near the western r terminus o...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 7 March 1885

L~~~I --II I MAIMISON TIMES. DE,~VOTED TO THE WE ARE OF MAIDSON PARISH. VOL. II NO. 4. TALLULAH MADISON PARISH LA SATURDAY. MARCH 7, 1885 TEhts: 82,aI PE VEAL TUYrNGQ Trs FLAIL. the On left ed A Iey's Vivid Experemee With the PrtlmaslvC implememt. an The handmaiden came to the kitchen o door at last and wound her mellow horn, for the hungry men went to dinner, and pla trenphiin witih eagernTs. I applroeched i the flail, as it leaned against the fanning hot mill. Somehow it looked taller and she grimmer than when it was gyra.ting the about' in the air, in gracef erves, kite elli*s andparabolas. I shuok bands with the short leg, and the touch chilled on me. I felt as I think a man feels wk en be 1e sttps into the rlng and shakes hands t with Slugger Sullivan. Pi A flair i fk. giet q h, - sems gentle. 'My pd atl dfºnthip a CIllttisitn mai wonld fzg his little son with.but in its hour of ease it has a As quiet, come-where-my-love-lies-dream a:ig  pression, that is derserutely wick ed, ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 7 March 1885

MADISON TIMES 1. C. WEIGETrAN, Editor & Prop. -: SATURDAY, MARCHI 7, 1S-5. di TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. J. own YUAn, . - - .2 00 V six oWrtna, - 1 2 1 l uamsso nos - M * * Xember State Central Bzecuave Com. iassee. Jeois B. Lross. to di Distrlet sxeestlve Committee. re J. B.Srowu, of Madison, Ch'n. 1 J. H. GILrOIL, of " tl J. M. K3IssnD, of East Carroll. F Ui A blue peasi mark at this para- is graph indicates that your subscrip- p tie will expire in two wee. C. A bMe. pensei mark at this para. grpkmeans that this is the last time al the paper will be seat to you unless the esberiptio pries is received be- a fore wast isse. I I future all legal advertise- t muetis mss be paid for before o Ike second insertlon. If not i, paid forbefore thkeday on which t they should appear the second d time, the publication will be discontinued. Russia is crowding England's Asistic possessions. At last the country breathes freely. c The Cabinet has been announced. r The silver men, present a strong ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 7 March 1885

MADISON TIMES Es . C. WEIGHTEAN, Editor & Prop. of t nes! SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 185 b at h TYRMS OF 8UBSCRIPION. deal onE yAR, $200oo by 1 i T Hor'l', .. 1 25 the 53Rs. MONTHS. - - 7ior DI- II F T. giv the Buy fruit trees. war Itis not yettoo late to plant oats. son the It is mistaken kindness to feed a him tramp. Tor Spring is making a struggle, to and assert itself. arc] uný Colored school opened at Tallu- wh4 lah Monday. The Milliken's Bend levee was tai fnished Monday. h Early chickens should be making the their appearance. sid, Some fish have been caught, but the fishing is not good. n nec Cleveland is President of the tioi United States. the The victims to the measles are generally about over it. le Have you noticed the building vet being done at Tallulsh ? fou Most everybody has had the hot measles, that are subject to it. a 14 wo The sound of the saw and the ba4 hammer is heard in the land. era The next time measles comes fee around here, he will find few sub- any jects. t...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 7 March 1885

THERE'S TO BE A MRS. CHANG e h The Chinese Giant to Marry a Kansas ] ii City Lady. After the Happy Event He Will Settle Down Is St. Louis sad Open a Tea Store.-This is What He Says, Anyway. St. Louis Sunday Sayings. A SAYIros man rapped at room 227 in I the St. James Hotel, Wednesday afternoon. and turning the handle in reply to a stento rian "Come In " found a pair of almond shaped Celestial eyes lo.king down on him a from a huge, elongated Celestial head loca- a ted somewhere in the immediate vicinity of i the ceiling. The head and eyes belonged to Chang, the Chinese giant. and as the re- t porter entered the room a hand like a ham enveloped that portion of the scribe situa ted below the elbow in a not-to-be-gainsaid embrace. Chang was attired in a black t American suit. A heavy gold chain hung t around his neck, and his fingers sparkled 9 with diamonds. lie is a handsome man, both in figure and face, and possesses most a engaging manners. lHe is scrupulously neat I In his dres.+,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 14 March 1885

MADISON TIMES. DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OP MAIDSON PARISH. VOl1 1 NO. "" TALLULA.:E MADISON PARISH LA SATURDAY. MARCH 14,1885 TEiI.$: 2.I'o PEi YEAi RURAL TOPICS. al an use th Imes, News and Thoughts Connected ha with Farm and Household Pit Management. ex I4DEX OF (IIAACTiE. The fashionable world judges men sad women by the cut of their garments sad the manner in which they wear tl them. In l.keWmanner the status of a ul enaer may be told by the appearance of his farm and apperdaget. Nea;e.s tb wi>hot as well as within the house, * slatne in the field, the garden and the house yard, straight, well built fences sad dean fence corners, always give an airofthrift, and prosperity, and add m- 30 trially to the market value of the farm, e sad all indicate the standing and re- ed mpetasbility of the owner or occupier. de lanilht drills in the wheat fields th awaight rows of corn, right angles among the orchard trees, all indicate sound p morals in the man who manages them, to sad straight...

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 March 1885

MADISO)N TIMES 1. C. WEIGHTMAN, Editor & Prop. 8ATURD)AY, MARCIH 14, 1W)3. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. .as TrAR, - - - - - - - f' 0 s81 Mi)%TIls, - - - - - 125 TI-- EE MoTii - - -. . Member State Central Executlve Conm. mittee. JoEl I . roso.s. District Executive Committee. J. B. STONE, of Madison, Ch'n. J. H. GILFOI., of J: M. KENNEDY, of East Carroll. A blue cencil mark at this para graph indicates that your stibscrip tion will expire in two weeks. A blue pencil mark at this para, graph'means that this is the last time the paper will be sent to you ,,nless the subscription price is received be fore next issue. In future all legal advertisez :nents must be paid for be,,re t;e second insertion. If not paid for before the day: on w: - ic: they should,! aptear te ,Coe;:. time, the publication uwi: be discontinlied. The new Senator from this State, was sworn in March 4th. Arthur was the best President the country has had for years. There were 142 deaths from pneumonia in New York City l...

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

MIAI)ISON TIMEIES - E. C. WEIGHTMAN, Editor & Prop. Y' SATURDAY, .MAR(H 14, 1853 I TERMS Or SUBSCRIPTION. on. VAR, - - - - $ol di s*I MlOsTHs, - - - 1 25 0 rmats mNuNTIs. - - - 75 - ) I-i I -t i-' " -. fo Spring has arrived. B Gardens are booming. Buffalo gnats are here. Don't you want a wire fence? at Who has any young chickens ? m Yellow corn is better than white. A The Exposition is still going on. of Now is the time to advertise gnat w oil. fu March winds were around this w week. Plowing was the order of the day: i this week. I Cool sharp nights the beginning s of the week. t. Subscribe for the TIMEs, and do it right off. Mr. and Mrs. Beer, returned from the Exposition Wednesday. V Stock up with gnat oil, Fulton ti M. McRae has it, see his "ad." b Capt. John B. Stone, returned t from Monroe the first of the week. ti Did you ever hear a cannon roar ? a No, but I have heard a buildiog h boom. There will be an eclipse of the Ih sun on Monday, but it is not visible ti here. 1' ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 14 March 1885

THIME EL6 IEUNNBS. til all sli etweem a White Man sad a Half- th Breed Badle. al From an old mrgaaine, published in rl 1844. we extract the following narra tive: in In the year 1818 the Missouri Fur Bt Company had a post below 'Council m Bluff", naued Fort Lisa, after the gentle- su man whn had established it. There was ca much comp-tition in the trade at that it time, and it was a great point to select to the very best men for running. re Mr. Lisa had with him a young Ken- we tuckian, named D., a fine, daring fellow. in with a frame of iron, the speed of an os trich and the endurance of a camel. He was fortunate, moreover, in the re tentiowof a half.breed, called Mal Bauf, L who notwithstanding his name (ban beef), was considered of lardly :ess mer- c it than D., and between the two men, consequently, a keen rivalry existed. D.had traveled, on foot from Blackbird Hills to Fort Lisa, a distance of ninety b miles, in thirteen hours. Mal Besul, also h boasted some astonishine feats of...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 21 March 1885

MADISON TIMES. DNVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MAIDOON PARISH. VOL. II NO. 6. TALLULAH MADISON PARISH LA SATURDAY. MARCH 21, 1885 TEMS: s?.Eo I'P~ YEIR sTOCK GAMBLING. w Transactons In all re are Mals.ae .aled 1 Wal Sreer. In vitw of the fact .hat Wall Street at 2e0confilently ex,,ect a ioom after a w pg wpell of dullnes-, -his is a good time to describe the methods of brokerage, whish are about as mysterious to most of people a+ the manner of famr or roulet. In ordinary brisk times the Wall Street brokers make more money and make it easier than any other set of pro iidooal men. To do a legitimate brok- t .aage business does not necessitate the alightest risk, nor does it imply that the broker must in any way become a spec- f ulator. at As business is conducted on the New a 'ork Stock Exclhange the broker simply da leds the money to his customer with which to purchase stock, and then does the baying for the purchaser. The cos at ismen makes a payment, which is call- ec ad margin, and tha...

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 March 1885

MA I)ISO)N TI 11ES I. C. WEIGHTMAJN, Editor &d Prop. .LTU'titlY, M.\il'll 21, 1 3.-+. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. o.N l0l, . . . . - - - $- oLu 5i1 tro*Is s, * - - - - - - 2., 133I 3 Mo WTII5I . . . . . . ** ** Mhmber Stat C('entral lzoa.ltive 'on,. mnit ee. Jous II. .Tn*E. D)lstrict Eecultive Committee. J. It. SosT, of ,Mdi.son, ('h'n. J. IH. G n.ron., of " J. M. KE.ui,',v . of Ea..t ('arroll. A blu p)e,trif mark at this jonrt rti n, will e pijri'a l; ,r t,' rch,t.'. A hiMr pe'ncil nmiark at this jart i ral h:nm ,t.ns Ithto thli; is the last r;,rr I the paper ;ill be senat th yo, u .l'.. the .sbsrrilpion ,ariee is rreeiue'l be fore net issue. .:s ::s. be .,a:.l 'for e'oire 1:e secod; :;:srl:on. 0:1 .::, a:iai ,Tr obe're ..:e a.'on r ;:;:.. zey s: . e.al , a' ' ;'r ,: : c': dis'o::in" "'ed. Washington is being left--ly the oflice seekers. Deathslfromll lmleUnono)ia in New York last week-179. Sic ho'e's have failed in New York this year. upl to date. Four hundred people registered...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 21 March 1885

MAi)ISON ' i.11j:S IL C. WEIGIHTMAN, Editor & Prop. $ATI'tI)AY, MAR('II 21. 18.3 TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. oNE TEAR, - - . ' $2 (N) 612 r4CTU*, - "1 2 ySISl MoNTMII, - i >) 1. I1 F'T. Get your plows sharpened. The ('ircuit ('our opens M,lday. Measles has not enitirely disa:ml, pearel. Comnsiderahle corn has been planted. Buy your lumbler from the Lake( One Saw Mill. So)me of the planters have finish-i ed plowiug. The Police Jury meets the secondi Monday in April. Mrs.'Litchliter. at last accounts, was still very low. Mr. John L. Wilson's new house is assuming shape. Tihe I)istrict ('ourt opens two weeks from Monday. Wovenl wire netting is the thing for yards and gardens. Dr. Wim. Kelly and his wife were, in Tallulah, Wednesday. Fulton McRaei , Vickshurg, has any quantity of gnat oil. You ought to have an "Excel sior" gate on your (place. It was co,,l enough, two nights this week, to forom ice. St. Patrick's day-the 17th- pmassed without notice, inl Talhtlal. Mr. E. Albert, obtai...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 21 March 1885

DIVINITIES AT THE TABLES.I The Faverite Dishes and Manner of Eating of Op ratio Artists. "- I Msiehl I. the Kitchen-Patti at Diner- I aIo. Sembrich's Ecentricities at MeaIs Her HNsband a KIsh Swalliwer-Naery Irvig's Feedness for Oysters-Emma A bielt's Pecullaritles. St. Louis Sunday sayings. All fir-class hotels have private waiters who serve meals in guests' rooms, and from frequentand protracted visits to the quarters of prominent travelers learn more about tbir personal likes and dislikes and about their pecularities than ti learnt by anybody else or around the hotel. Particularly do they become acquainted with the inside life of adetr and singers. Eating Is one of the meet prominent diversions that theatrical sad musical artists have while enroute, and tM private waiter is almost continually with them during the day. A 8SoBae reporter met o of these p. w.'- yesterday while the p. w. was enjoying a few hours of, and en gaged him in conversatlon. " YTe," id he in answer to a weldi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 28 March 1885

iI M ADIS ON. TIMES. # '" . - D"VOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MAID8ON PARISH. VOL. II NO. 7. TALLULAH MADISON PARISH LA SATURDAY. MARCH 28, 1885 'rHits.: ,.,I,, I'elt Y~e.t HUT TO PALACE. It to temeatumek seums tso e eorn Lucky Than iseb. "Well, that beats the 'Arabian Nights' aL hollow,"' eclaimed a gentleman in the Rurell house, at Detroit, as hethrew aside the newspaper. "But I don't he lieve Mackay has struek dirt this time. "Doesn't it seem fusany that a man who, tweti'y years .ao, was shoveling ore for $4 a day, and glad to get work of any kind, staOd qow,leotn up. I .the prospective father in-law ofa real live prince? Funny ! Why, that's no name for it; it's simply amazing. But I don't believe the deal will pay as big profits as squeezing tbe ho!ders of Sierra N.vada 'rck by the m i9... j . Ft isesmmt on im . j tt "However. Mackay Is generally pretty evel beaded= and with O$10,00,0O0 in eqld cash to back him, and his daughter a princes, I wouldn't wonder if he showed the Johnny C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 28 March 1885

MADISON 'rIMES Thi I. C. WEIORTA?, IBitor & Prop. given wsill I -~~ -- ---_-- -- BATURDAY, ]IARCH 2, 1885. some TERXS 07 8UBSCRIPTION. by tl '.:z s)s, . . . . . . 1 25 fro l ow. ...... 75 ed ei erty AI eamberW St CeoU EseBncutiO . hma nses. W Joss B. ross. be 1 Distrie lseeative Committee. buil J. B. S os1 , of Madison, Ch'n. a sI J. H. GIwos, of " J. M. KLsENDv, of East Carroll. If he thor A blue p.nsil msark at this pars- cdt graph indicates that your subscrip- Prot t, ,1 will epire in two weeks. OUn .4 Mue pencil mark at this pars doll . ,iph'msse that this is the last o ne depi toe paper wil be sent to you wnitess i the subscription price is received be- it is fors next issu. rplAu it ft In future all legal advertise- law umeuls must be paid for before it el the second insertion. If not it. c aid for befor the day on wkic is /hey should appear the second Thy isms, the publication will be s5t discontiaued, lab April 30 is Louisiana day at the he Expodstion. They quit plowin...

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