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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 28 March 1885

MADISON TIMES . g 0O rTL MAN, Editor A Prop. SATURDAY, MARCH mS, 1885, e B 5OOP B.ITBBCMPTION. hm vaEnt, - . 200 gsg sSe, - . 1 Tessa roN.TIS. " " " DRIFT. Beform I A butcher shop is needed here. Keep your eye on the reformers. vscamus Foa Tua MAD nsoN Tiurs l'is possible to start a garden too early. Has everybody been to the Ex. position ? Cool weather the early part of o this week. c Only two cases came up before the Circuit Court. Miss Julia Beer left for New Or- t leans Tuesday. Paper exchanged for silver at the c Trim office. A much needed rain fell Tuesday t alght'and Wednesday. No steamboats will enter the Tallsrb trade this season. The longer the petition, the less c Cleveland is said to like it. Cotton planting will be largely indulged in the coming week. ye need not wait for a bill be Imr paying your subscription. Corn planted within a month t from now will not be too late. s The Backbone land grant, has made some reforuierP pretty sick. Goo'gi H. Pendleton of Ohio has e b...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 28 March 1885

TWENTY THOUSAND SLAVES. In Bondage in This City. to the Mor phine Habit. lutiey Women Who Go *s Merphiae Sprees -ivn set of Every Hnmdred Sometimes Addited to the Use of Narcotics. St. Louis Sunday Sayingp. "Opium habit? Well, I should say," said the proprietor of a well-known corner drug store on Fifth street the other day to a SAY nws man: "If you acted as clerk In this store oreraday or so you'd soon discover how much the modern man, and especially woman, is addleted to the use of narcotics. "But opium is being rapidly replaced by morphlnein the way of sulphate of morphia pillea d a solution inserted suocutaneously by a hypodermic syringe," continued the man of medieine, "and this comparatively recent mode of taking narcotics has increas ed the sale and use of the drug wonderfully. Parhaps you'd hardly think It. but according to a reesat report on the subject, St. Louis i coedited with at least 90,000 who are more or lests aves to these drugs. "Flfty years ago opium in the shape ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 4 April 1885

MADISON TIMES. DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MAIDSON PARISH. VOL. II NO. 8. TALLULAH MADISON PARISH .LA SATURDAY. APRIL 4, 1885 TEi~Is: '.Ii PIf 1E\L .i_i~·ra.. I _m m·~l m.mmi I n_~ I_ mn l~ _ m _ _ min  _ln~~ m nlul m mm _n __ .i iNii. I , I m Im.u u um MOW IUCK AM I WOarTHa PAULIIS OLEASON. Dy the pleasant Ire they sat one night, usband and wife alone, And they talked of the chasnes they had seen And of b the years had flown; Of the sns, now scattered far and near, And the daughters woo'd and wed; "We're only two in the house once more, Oh, Mary, my wifel" he said ,When we were alone forty years ago. go young and happy and poor. 'tere wasn't a prettier girl than you. Nor t better one. I am sure. I m on'ed then I'd make you rich. If jou d only share my life; IT' worth a million dollars today. A million dollars, dear wife I' "Mow much am I worth?" she smilingly asked He loiked In her tender face; Ie looked in her eyes then closed his own. And thought for a little space. "You are wo...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 4 April 1885

U. C. \?LIGHTL -.i. ;.: t-" ' ' . , i c. 11"10 .. ..n : . .. ..tau . . ...ral I. .uiv.... . :,nt ll . 'isTic0t EOcutiv2 Coni'iO'itt" i:,.t h,1 JI. ii. ýioser, of Madt~i:-on. ('L'n1. to tile ( .' . V 1 . , - - i X 'P"Ir', " " - ltiiigl" J 4. );s. K,'r .f l:: t ('arr l. i I )jigraph idltIe that ir o,,nitt'P fall, ti . . rill Dtpir- i t De' i t in. :tI the -- for d A ID, Die j~'a il ,i,'io C itt t!h. j~a" - '* that 1 urn ' alh ,,l,,t thiut 'ap,,,r . aI,"""iP"ij fall, A blue peti' ;l m r'k at t/i' s pa'. I 'lh crapjlh' ta ' tlth" ] t thi, i.S If ,, .t 1;:.i:,r lb r:at th e p) r e ,"r w ill lie sen t ", ;., ,i,,l ,.T d u. p 's ill ti e e ,.s'riptli,' p)i re is r,, It , ,c- wro: fore next issue., hi e . - tainli * <lenst " . 'S . ....ý "'t ýe,:.:. ,l.;'';' - ( ' t ion S.'.7J E ... -, 5], . d- 11 ;:e: s:o;:,.i . . ' " . land L ;.Si:or 3:' " : ",::::"::"': den,,l , ':.uits very , ": "CleL The river convention meets Tues day and WVednesday in New Or- T leans. Bat Th. half-bred rteb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 4 April 1885

S..TI 'il).Y', APl:.IL 4, 1o55 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 1l3 "- --- -- - - i11 Iv )T. IF, . . c. District C,(urt Monilay. Police Ju:y ',,, lahy weck. Yesterlay: was (lood Friday. X To-no,rrow, will be E.Ltcr Sn d a y . :1, , The iweck opened clear aad nt,, p11leaat." 1. Plant a large hog crop this .. ar. I. It will pay. "r tht1 The I'anmnna reels. have burnedl i the town of Aspinwall. in The I. 11. Springer siik March i 30th, below W\atcrproof. t Don't forrget I.,,ui-ilna (, at, v ;: 1' the Expsli tion, A\pril ;d. Gen. Gr( a is ste:liiy -inking, ',I and his dea:th I,:a,' be iuokcd for at ll any ulOlutelit. ill The l'emnsylvani:t coal minier'. strike is a failutire. m:vy handshav- 1" ing returned to wurk. :;~ Rloun'l trip ticket. from T'alu.:lhI to New Orleans, good from Monday B 6th, to Tuesday 21, for S(;.50. Now Sc how is tha:t fo,r low fares? w The Tiies-DeImocrat contains ll, letters from MiA.issippi and Louis- th iana, saying the one cent a mile l I rate, announced by the railroa...

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

macU3IITION. A Wee..Uy Biseevered Case Wlehi Exealts tLe People. The sensation of the hour in Bristol. Pa., i a case of miscengenation, which has just come to light. A week ago yes terdav Miss Elizabeth P. Hulme, daugh ter of Richard Hulme, a member of the society of Friends and a well known citizen of Bristol, died suddenly, and on Tuesday she was buried from the residence of her father. It was noted by the neighbors that many of the rels tives of the Hulme family did not attend the funeral. This was generally com mented on, and the numerms inquiries made as to the reason for the absence of the near relatives, brought out a remark able stnry. Miss Hulme was about 35 years of age, and lived with her parents on Washington street, near Wood She was c'mely, went into society rarely, but what company she keut was always of the best. When it was whispered on the day of the funeral that sns HAD ARRnlID A ctOlOED MAN three years before her death, there were many who reflbed to believe the ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 11 April 1885

MADISON TIMES. D¬VOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MAIDSON PARISH. VOL. II NO.9. TALLULAH MADISON PARISH LA 'ATURDAY. APRIL II, 1885: uu • um I nunun nu n nI n munr m u n m umm  mnnm n n m u n nm , I n· mI mum nnnm um mmm .. mm ,,,,- • A NEW CRIME IN PARIS. tell OUd ert photographer Aiding Thief and Coun- th( terfeiter. he, try knm Igas Deatist Choroy was Accumulating a No Feotusn.-substitulisn Spurious Jewelry I bir asuils.-A Mastiff Which Led to the o eteties of Organized obbery. fou the pla * Misiou Ch(hroy wasp pror dentist of or the Rae de Chaselles, Paris. Hg was a the * widower with a large family, and resid ." in the Boe tLegendre. He had been sh aging for a livelihood for years, for, hil *lhough an expert dentist and a fine mII ff aS ofod aure s, fate seemed we have 85nied him success. As it was. * be was barely able to make a subsistence hit ' wrhsIalf a.d familypand, to tAll the for truth, added a little to hi; doubtfu: pro- Fo sonal income by acting nightly as did marker in a b...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 11 April 1885

MAD)ISON TIMES Z 0. WEIGHTMAN, Editor & Prop. , tATURIDAY, .API. II, 1S . . TERMS OF SUISCRIPTION. OKE uTs, * - - - - - $ t) TU I M .E'N Tir i - - - - - i* t ilellbor f bo aLo ('nrltlal Exeetutli'e ('Coat. nmite '. l1 District Executive Committee. I :t1 J. BP. STONE, of NMadlison, (''lln. J. It. ;iv,,oi,., of "' J. M. Kr.xNxuY, of IEast Carroll. 5------- -- . A blue 'cteil mark it thi, :... . -. graph ildintte. that 1 ,'1,,,' ls .'r - Iv tioe will expire int o twio "'. ith = A blute ,earil marl. at this j " tei graphymansvithit thi is the, lst time 'l1 the paper will he sent to opu t,,aless Iil the subscription price is receiced be- 111 for next issue. --__ _--- B In futurea:" " a ' V" r ":!s'" ments must be patd for bef,'e the second :;:ser: ,:. f :olt paid for before tdhe Jay o;: i.'c: it they should a2pear the seco;::J lirns, the publ'ca:h': wi : be n discontinued. There are two tin mines in West Virginia, in operation. More than three-fourths of the s dolls in the world, ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 11 April 1885

MAI)ISON T1'IM1S I. C. WEIGHTMAN, Editor & Prop. Ti in SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1S.5. a to TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ar e05 TZAR, - .0O oguos M rHN, - - - , i "# r IIsyR MONTrH, - - - ] 'r --"o.II- I" T.- N Bring in'your job work. nI Gardens are looking up. "1 tip Police Jury meets Monday. i,, A soaking rain fell Monday. iti re It will soon be ti me to take ice. co This ought to be a big crop year. ,t H]ow many trees di ! you set out ? le 1I s Plant plenty of corn and cow fr4 peas. tit Can't we have a butcher shop o0) here? ?. Business was far from good last week. F Eggs are too high at twenty cents a dozen. so Everybody has young chickens P hi now. Tallulah has a breed of chickens to that catch mice. th April showers were the rule for gr the first week in April. You will never have a successful ar business, if you don't advertise. se "Whis-ss-t, the-mocking bird's cU dead," is the latest slang phrase. isi Judge Delony opened court Mon- ol day, and adjourned it until Friday. of Work on ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 11 April 1885

The O44 SpecI memns o.f amanity That Q0 to Make a World. "The advent of the dime museu ,. has wrourh msad havoc with the literary pro ductions of the public school children of Philadelphia. and I think something ought to be done to rescue the rising generation from their baleful influence, for should things go on at the present rate the youngsters will soon become hopelessly contaminated with an indel ible affection for freaks and monstrosities to the utter exclusion of thse legitimate sights and objects of interest which the city affords them." The above remarks were made by the principal of one of the 'arrest public schools in Philadelphia, and as he spoke he turned to his desk, and, opening a drawer, produced a dozen or more of the "compositions" which his young charges had handed in in response to the period Ical call for essays. "Now, before the dime museums were established, when I asked the children to write compositions on something that they had seen," continued the princip...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 18 April 1885

MADISON TIMES._ DEVOTED TO THIE WELFARE OF MAIDSON PARISH. VOL. II NO. 10. TALLULAH MADISON PARISH LA SATURDAY. APRIL 18, 1885 TERS: 82.00 PER YAR Saue -- -- . . SLAVES IN PERSIA. A Bright Picture of Scenes of Ser vitude. An Easy and Lexrkes Life for Wemea.-The Lordly Master of the Slaves, and His Weakess. The best kind of slaves are the Habh asshis, or so-called Abyssinians. These are of a high type. The lips are thin the c l)r light brown; there is often a distinct red in the cheeks; the hair is long, often nearly straight; both males and females have considerable pretensions to good looks. As much ds £80 or £100 may be given fira healthy young lHabashi girl. As a rule, these girls are bought not as servants but as wives. Young Habasehis of both sexes are purchased by the grandees of Persia as playmates and confidential servants fr theirsons and daughters. The girls become the confl ;antes of their young mistresses, and ultimately occupy the positions of housekeepers or wardrobe w...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 18 April 1885

MADISON TIMES . C. W=EIOGTRA, Editor & Prop. ," SATURDAY, APfRIL 18, Iss. Ine TB IMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. i ownB VeIas. * * . . V 00 Swo'orras, 1 2.; f* assm oxTHs .. - . - 7 . i7 Mesber mSae C Ctral zeeCtive m. il Joes. B. PTO%. of District Executive Committee. V' ar J. B. STox, of Madison, Ch'n. io J. H. GILFOIL,, of " J. M. KE'oEDY, of East Carroll. e A blue nrlil mark at this pnrac- d: graph in,lirates that your subscrip- ! tioi trill expire il twro Lceeks. 1 A blue penril mark at this para. ul graph;neans that this is the last time s, the paper |will be sent to you ,use;,: d( the subscription, price is reiceced be fore next issue. P In future all legal advertise msnls must be paid for before 1 tin second insertion. If not paid for before the da' on which I thiy should appear the secon:d i time, the publicatio;t will be t discontinued. Don't forget Louisiana day. The river is falling at Memphis t right now. r C The English will not ovacuate the Soudan. President Fish of the M...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 18 April 1885

MAJISON TIMES c. C-T.,'IrTAN, Kilter aProp. .\TTC IDAY, APRIL 18, 1805 TERbZ OP S1BCRIPTION. a *g stAr.. $2 00 *T91I ( ,.TeII. - 1 " I 1)RIFT. Court adjourned Thursday. Co,'t ,, planting is all the rage. ('hilap rates make much travel. a i t Ftting mighty like Summer. tl ;:ardens are gaining on it every i day. c It . ime some fishing was being 3 D:,:'t forget Louisiana day, April ,Oth . H1,ire you done your hog plant- a Who is going to whoop up the e Ft,ck law? a This has been a good week for I planters. Trains from the East are gener- C al'y late. Wsated-A thoroughbred pair of pointers. The Police Jury adjourned to Monday week. r Labor is not specially scarce in Iadison this year. It tried to rain Wednesday and Thursday, but failed. What do you think about the war in Europe anyhow ? See what the L. N. O. & T. R. R. hIas to say about cheap rates. The ease known as the Marshall ca.e, was gained by the plaintiff. Police Jury and Court, drew a number of dtizens to Tallulah this we...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 18 April 1885

RURAL TOPICS. Notes, News and Thoughts Connected with Farm and Household Management. Sn&lVyI YouR HOL. The home should be as beautiful and pleasant as it is possible to make it. Home is the place of rest and enjoyment. It is the refuge from care, trouble, and all the tumults and turmoils of life. It is the one spot where the heart's purest affections garner themselves and seek their chosen resting place. It is the woman's first duty to make this dwelling place, over which she is the mother queen, as cheery,cozy and lovely as she can. The first requisite of this desired consummation is thatshe herself be hap py, hopeful, pleasant, and contentedly agreeable. To become this she must live hygienically, she must eat proper food, wear comfortable clothes, and not be oppressed by too many cares and bar dens. If she is her own housekeeper she should study to do her work on the most simple and easy plan, cook but a few dishes at a time, and have each as perfect in itself as possible. Wo...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 25 April 1885

S..... son TIMES DM'VOTED TO THE WELFARE OF 31AIDMSON QýRII4. J .*' SO .- -L - -- -- - - 1 - - VOL. 11 NO. 11. TALLULAH MADISON PARISH LA SATITRDAY. APRIL "an, 1s85 TR.iI?.4-U.0I T_11 A1; OLIVER WEz.DELL HOLMES. ot lovey and wane wno stins. Still foulnd the flnyers rnqsabrat . "liut touched the reiml strlýa .... t. Of CadmuS he would fain have sungs, Of Atreus and his line: out alitbe eoound echoes rung With songsof love and wine. Ah. brethert! I would fuai have esught Some fresher fancy's gleam: My truant acce.nts fnd. unsought. The old familiar theme. Love. Love' bll not t5le aporM child t With shaft ar$ twanging bowl WhoSS random arrows drove dwU i . Some threescore years aro: Not Eros, with his joyous laugh, The urchin blind and hare. But Love. wtta apectaple and Stat. And scanty, silvered hdir. Our heads with tst.loek. are whitse. Our rooks are taishd withlt seow, But red, is chilling wlnter's spite. , Our hearts and hearthstmne gles. Our old asquatntance. Time. drops in, An...

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 April 1885

MADISON TIMES I C. WEVIn AT. ditr a Prep. Ge leti BATURDAY, APRIL 2 s. do, los TERLSO IIOUBRCRZIIOX. an o.n rusa, - . . ...... it se WrUws, .-..... -! 25 ha yeastMS - . ** 7b a in asmmerems de semsameouse lm Joess . aro.l -s Dneatsd rasUemO Ci Mttee. th .J. B. Broms, of Madison, Ch'a. li J. IL GLPOI, of " a J. M. Kausst, of dast GarlL W A bi. penil msk as this p* S. si graph isdies tehat pewr 'vtasp- a! ties win pY is aeeh. G A iss p s mark at t hir pars, grqhKwu alma tthis is the Last time the paper wi be seatte o ps nties h the esbacripti price is receiwed be fore wot awn. Inf faesreal legal adverise-a ,mlnts rsast be paid for before i i:e second insertion. If no! a paid for before the day on whic hey sho:ý'd apear th:e sece;z i time, the p ,lica:i,: wiL be : discontinued. -L--·~~------ I Pleuro.pneumonia prevails among cattle in Calloway Co. MIo. Denison Texas has been visited' by a cyclone, which destroyed aB mnmber of hoeses. Ez-Oov. 8prague of Bhode Is land, is said to be ma...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 25 April 1885

MADISON TIMES .6. WCI. WAI, plitir p.n SATURDAY, APRIL ,, 1885 to gfSS O r UsYBCBIPHOW. wa ras, $2 00 N omm. 75e D) RR I FT. w Eli Butter is seaee. C lee is becoming necessary. SC(tton is about all planted. Squirrels are fat and tender. The stock law is only half a law. Ro Coton is up, on some plantations. B Have you got your Spring suit yet? The whitewashing season is at Ti hand. T4 Straw hats and Spring suits, are T prevalent. E You can almost hear things grow J since the rain . G Ki Dan Mace, the well known driver v1 and trainer is dead. o Pigs still range the streets, not withstanding the stock law. Ji The owners of gardens are be. hp ginning to get their money back. T. The subscription price of the at Tmrs is only two dollars a year. C The deposits in the bank of Ti England, amount to $27,000,000,000. s The dull Winter season is hardly N over before the dull Summer season begins. CI The railroad pile driver began i, work at Brushy bayou bridge, Tuesday. GA Tallulah is considere...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 25 April 1885

M ISS CREAMiIBELAStN. A Sober, lrtmat of Her Statls as a ChateD~i I may have at any time r., ,Jiwaiten of or about Miss (huamberlsia it England.writes a London correspohlenl - ft- e Prar neiso Arpgmt, has, ] - 'c&inm, not only beet borne obt b> the facts, hit had been not nearly as sevene as what has been thought or said of hry She hai not beea the belle and the suc aesm in England that the general run o American papers would have one believe Waat the Chamberlains are at home, o * weht Miss Chamberlain is thought of ii Ol3*eland, I don't know and don't care I hate only spoken of her as she ap peared,in *egland-not to society news paper reporters or correspondents o American journals, but to English peo pie of the best society, who hapFened - msee or hear her. Now I am, I dare say, stating what wit surparse a good many of your reader but it is nevertheless true that the ex istenee of Miss Chamberlain has been adl is, a fact unknown to many Englisl people of the upper classes....

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 2 May 1885

MADISoN TIMES. DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MAIDSON PARISII. VOL. 11 NO. 12. TALLULAH MADISON PARISH LA SATURDAY. MAY 2, 1885 TIlM$: I..I PEI YER 111 I NW 5 5 1 M M 5ri g g gg A SIALIIIo(su WISaH. PUCK. re farmer tips back in the old oaken chair. is hand on his head and hIs feet on the d e dams of the days when his prospects were fair.n wad he worked all day in a grooery store. few be measured out sugar for Mary and And libertlies never onee took with the till: eln be wore patent leathers that ruined ha Is when e called on Jemima. just over the rill. SI thinks of the days when they roamed through the glade. And beard the shrill notes of the gay whip poorwill; When they dreamed of a ncat little cot in the ] shade, Of a button-ball banging just over the rill. He looks at these pletures through spectacles And emilm he sees in a ision of bliss, Jaut the same as she looked in the days when be leant C The wicet across for the tra-la-la-kbls. Ssthinks fl the yests he's worked overalled. Wit...

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

MAI)I ON TI 4 I: TI B. C. WEIIHTMAN, Editor & Prop. I i, SATUR-------lY, -- 11AY 1, TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. :: AYE Y" R, t- - -_' ( t t' .l.leh er State I entral E Cut (,. Iiktrict Exce t1icV Conmmnittree. % J. I.II J .hi ' >,,. K Ni ; '' at t ( >,;. , l g 'aphi iul lr .ic ,,! ..rr .,bt,.. i,'p S hi bl ,'e ,,aril m , rk "t tisl, L p t tr u rtj. IdlhItr s .7f"i t II x 1. f !,a' Pi,.". ti#-," the s l, nrril i b l ,rier i  ',ci 'd I - fore ,xt iassc. .-- ---- ~-- -- --- ----- - 1I I~t future,', (:,,I: . a, r, :ic m~e;:ls m:sl be /a:..! f';" S'"';1r',' lhe second i;:scr:,;:. , :: paid for d{,;,r' the Jl, ry s;:, rthey should a ,ear- s:e sc,:. . lime, the pu',.':ca,',' tw c' disco;:ih'.::'d. Subscribe for the TI ME.s. Russia and England are still t quarrelling. ( The Prince of Wales has return ed from his trip through Ireland. t The trip was a success. Gen. Kom.rofl's name is .aid to I mean ".(on of a mosqluito." 1le appears to be a slinger. The Police Jury of ('laihorne Par...

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