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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 6 June 1885

__ C. EWBIGoTMA, Editor & Prop. -.-.---.--- --.---.- ----- SATURDAY, JCUNE G, 185. bee Mgax OF SUBSCRIPTI0 . t i9 y tAR, " . . $20o S.IRo.N.Tl, - " " 1 on «. ILIF'P. t* Court met Monday. N. one Pay your subscription. tin They live high at the "mess." Ian Who has the best corn and cotton? Sy1 Who is going to start whitewash- ae ng ? Bear Lake is full of fish anxious a4 to be caught. Beautiful weather the early part of the week. Nobody says anything about jus overflow now. coi The first chapter of the exposi- hir tion closed May 31. The Police Jury meets the second Monday in July. he Fires are only used for cooking wa purposes this weather. wE See the assessor's notice and go th4 we about your taxes. m Court week brought most of the ed prominent citizens to town. ern New subscribers come in all the Jo SMae. Old ones pay up occassion- m, ally. he Summer is here during the day Sbit departs at the approach of ch eight. ar It is an open question who is the tl mest bull-headed, Clevel...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 6 June 1885

RURAL TOPI . 1Mt, News and Thea ht Connected with Farm nd Household Management. c(as HAY AT TrH PRorsP TYM3. After you have raised a good crop of bay it is very essential matter that it is cut and cured properly. The proper time to harvest bhay is just when the blossoms ill oB; and if you wish your hay to be sweet and good, cut it in the morning as oon as the dew is off. Ted it from 11 to 1 o'clock. Ifit is very heavy give it a second tedding, following with teams, and put in a barn or mow same day. Hare so fear of it spoiling. If you put it in a barn close up the doors and win dows to exclude the air. Do not be alarmed if you see it goinr through a sweat or heat: it, like all other grains, will go through its natural sweat, and come out bright and sweet. If you stack in the Beld, make as large a stack as pos-ibie, but you muot be more parti. ulas and 'ee that it is better cured or dred out, or instead of going through a wet as it will do in a closed mow, the aeaugphere will earse i...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 13 June 1885

SMA DI SON TIMES. " .e " DEVOTED TO TI WELFARBE OF MAIDSON PARISH. .VOL. It NO. 18. TALLULAH MADISON PARISH LA SATURDAY. JUNE 13, 1885 TER - a TL IU5. FORT I11T3. . . : /....;,: : .:. : ,:. ROBERT E. ODLM oceupied rmore or 'ess attcntion in prints during the past twot by killing hinuelfin a foolhardy off the great Brooklyn hlidtee. was formerly a clerk in Willard'" T in Washinetotn and later a protesu,, swimming. The leap was made for larpose of notoriety. I'iY D. RATarL ZnALrov, of San Salvador, has been M led to flee from that country. o t Barrios proposad to make dictator and was killed his pains. Zaldivar proposed thing and the South Americans that his room was better than o Y.. a. I ld t D fefomthtotr ' eNRT WARD B3A Cei. Beecher is too well known to need i action. His latest theory is n is not antagonistic to the of the Biblen and to this he a devote the remaning days of his life, so he says. E, Pr rietor and controlling spirit ofthe - L ds Post-Dispatch and New York or,.,...

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 June 1885

MADI ,SON Ti Yi, I N. t. W - M,.t.. nk:i1:: & ?c,. .11 t:P io SATLiiA . i TER, S OF S i.3CFP.RIOcI. . L ix uss ra:n , . -. . -) embabr talte Ceo C ra! EecuuLve (\am. m t l". el District Ex3! tLi.' C" . :li . '' I i J. B.SrovMe.of Madin Ch'rT. J . II. (;G i.,', , t . " , J. . . K}I.r.: , > ,f . i" ,C:.r:'il. it A FN.'P re ic ,1: fi , tf,3 j 11 graph tsd:rat3e. :,"t .Y'"1: lt' ,cu ,1 i l " tion wi! ezr,,' i, :: , wilt·.. I h A ble petnl =nmark et elus poro a a'naii ;ween~s l ;i/te i4 i s.a t• •ait! the paper wil b., sel* : ta 11,o5 ts , ss b ats subscriplion price is received be- i i fr, Next iste, i. .e .. . . .. i. . L. t L t I V t lime, t 1': d.:sco .. Emile ;i:,,. w: ' l i etei . <:º ee cf f the 26h j(udeial V :ict, to ,'A eeed Midhadl iLtn. Gen. W. 8. .a.( e:.:.u. a." Len appointed IRegister cf tl.c 'r::. wry to succecd B. K. Bruce, Iezbgin 1 ed. i John C. G'ult, has been appoint ed General Manager of the Queecn and Crescent ryste:u, ,vi'e Jrohnl fcott resigned. John...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 13 June 1885

Mo-day in .i yI XN o :.' 'i. - --- j Cr 1) 1: from M . ;', en ::." mcooth g tin:o: cr` ,: a s c utinc a. • - RsignC vC. dy i::i rnot enough for she wes -t tud:: l vi the par!Sh. "Hlow to nun a: risk," is rc orerdd as a te i next,' y The '.".c Jury mcs t9 . cton: aon dc i:u a, s i te ta. A country. You ught to r'e , it. Mr. .:::: rp'y p.;we ht. i eixainto Wo esaf, ully "' i 1Thn '. '3'c'lncsdiny i;, but cot enougi for die Ct ?r (i ttice aw. par!rh. I. "htow to run .a p.".luh," is rcz omnmr.,Lzd a:. a 1e:' iri, i:C nP(XI grahend jury rcpor t. TPolice corn c. 11.r: at it, i. Aountry. Yu r ciihtO to eC i t. Mr. W. M. .:n:rpi~y pa.cdrl I!t - Delhi,.?eion sucesf.ay, and dirt ri. notr actik. d to practice iaw. See hen a 'nd jiregard t-i ::n1 ladies exhibit. There shu:.:  i. be a alet tendance at thisy 'meeting, as plThean hould bshovel rrieddecided ont otton bloo Tuesday, ant dirt tt t frog Mrs. Evans' feld. One was als to start, from the Capore place. 1 day, hauling dirt east, to 'a....

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 13 June 1885

AGelElRT. se chill wave laps the marble stair Where oftthe foot of pride bath stept, 'Round colun no towering high in air. And crumbling arch with carvings rare, O'er Nrr-grown wall and turret fair. The tangled vine bath crept, Weird voicesin the palace ring. Wan shadows flit across the wall: Thro" chambers once the haunt of king The se-bird darts with rapid wing, And shrill winds rush and hoarsely sing Along the ruined hail. Where yonder window views the main The Prncess' harp song years bath stood. A Ilfeltes thlng. with chords atwaln, All warped by summer sun and rain And seamed with many acurious stain Over its frame of wood. There-dead :-beside her harp she lay, One snow-white arm around it twined For. toiling slow at dawn of day. A band of mriners,. they say, Beard music floating o'er the bay, Bournie on the morning wind. A heart, with sorrow burdened sore. Poured forth its grief in wondrous soug The helmsman shaped the course no more And drifting onward toward the shore, The ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 20 June 1885

MADISON TIMES. DEVOTED TO TIlE WELFARE OF MAID6ON PARISH. VOL. I1 NO. 19. TALLULAH MADISON PARISH LA SATURDAY. JUNE 20, 1885 TEMS EAR A-SOCIATION OF MANIACS. ( 0 y Various Forms of Insanity May I be Communicated. U wes, Appeal for prvemenat t the -uame Aylum--Siqular Case of a BII. g*es Mla Who Thought He Was Made of n St. Louis Sunday Sayings. *'.r. C(. W. Stevens, of the Insane Asy has written a letter to Health Commis Stevens setting forth the fact that s unstitution is becoming disagreeabl)y aMMe you any Idea what the overcrowd g Insane Asylum means, outsade of snee of diseomfort with r eh -latement impresses you?'a asked a t t physician one day last week. Be oswered in the negative he continued. " w people have, who have not made it to inform themselves on such t or who are not Interested in some in Insanity and insane people. In the plaeh it means the direct impairment of I - efuiiness of the institution. The t of insane people, nmore than those e other class, demands that am...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 20 June 1885

MADI)ISON 'I'MI'S .. C. WEI'3HTY' AN, E:!itor & Prop. TERZ1 S OF °'"`?R  C"!r . errz "Mo 13, -1 -2 -; IUi l M ONTH S . . .. " McaLemr State Central Ezectivec Ctm. mittee. Joiiu r.. STOss. District Executive Committee. J. B. STOn, of Madison, Ch'n. J. II. GILFOIL, Of J. M. KESNEDY, of East Carroll. A blue tencil mark at this )(ra graph indiattes that your subscril' tion will erpire it two wcccks. A blue pencil mnark at thLi part graphrnans thatt his is the lIst time the paper oill be sent to yont 1tnlcst the subscription price is received be .fors est issus. In future all legal advertise ments must be paid for before tCe second i;serlio;:. If ::ol paid for before the day on which they should appjar the second time, the publication will be discontinued. They have hog cholera in Ne braska. The cotton worm is proving very destructive around Dallas, Texas. The Cholera is spreading in Spain, and is causing a regular stampedo. The treaty of peace between France and China has been rat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 20 June 1885

11., --: TERMS OF 3SUBSCRIPTION. 1) I I'T ". crenadcrs should start , i.:,r in a the evening. , What are vyou going to do ado b:uti the 4th of July ? t Mr. John L. Wilson's hleu= i: to nearly ready to he occulied. The mails are getting tangled , again. Whose f. ult is it? r Mr. E. 1. Addi-on took charge of his wail route Tues,l:iy. Dr. Askew has becn in town this tl week, and has been quite sick. 0 They are eating peaches ovw.r in Winn parish, as well as in Madison. The administration is said to be a diluted democratic administra tion. The New Orleans yellow fever case, turns out to Ibe-not a yellow 1 fever case. Court adjourned last Saturday, I until Thursday, when it reopened for civil suits. ' The Police Jury will meet in their own room herecafter, next to the TIMES ollice. The white schools closed this c week, and the colored schools will } close next month. 1 SThie now wharfbloat has arrived at Delta and work on the inclines is being pushed. Mrs. Lytle left for the Virginia mo...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 20 June 1885

wl= ewsm or raB .rar cam. a sot y night. r roetoas open ear I Ye eau stead the expense It's eenly e oents No matter how poor you are. Jst hve In a mseat Mae the are complete When you ride in an open car. BONtose people green Will sand in between. Ad so get un.pop-u-lar. In No three rear am you may smoke ayou choose; 'The rule of the ope car. ut you'll hear. I' afraid. sme1mev oldw Mid ay, -0. that horrid clgar " Se the maiden fair. With the ripplel hair. As She jumlsp from he open oar: With her to the rear. she g oil on her er. Like a sky-rocket shooting-star. Butemough of this song, Its gettaing too loneg. This songef the open ear; The very mnet verse Might he very mech worse, e l stop right here where we are -Somerville Journa RED-HEADED CLEOPATRA. A New Picture of the Voluptuous Queen. A Stergymam FeWMdds te OUelaes beau Me Wer a Mestashe-The Early Fathers a Falts Hair. Next to a fine form, small hands and feet, a certain style of nose and mouth, the hair and beard as adornments ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 27 June 1885

MADISON TIMES. DEVOTED TO TIlE WELFARE OF MAIDSON PARISH. VOL. 11 NO. 20. TALLULAH MADISON PARISH LA SATURDAY. JUNE 27, 1885 TERMS 1.*.Ili PEi YE. l w Two Learned a Lesson. hWitr - "·avap gity sighed. Now why she should tlingi ghed at this partic ular moment no sofa, I o easrth could tell. And it was all she h ore exasperating bet.cause John had "HI -merously put into her little shapely have a brand new .$10 bill. And here Tlhe thetrouble. over SWhat's the matter?" he s~aid, his face at the faint souwl, and h11t mnuthl together in what those.' whoi, him but little called an "obstinate " "N":w what is it?" Ipty who just itgun to chanee the into a merry little laugh rippling all the corners of the red lips, stopped ly, toweed her head and, with a jk no way conciliating, sent out words "You needn't insinuate, John, that I'm troublesome !" 0I didn't insiinatC-whlo's talking of gating?" cried he, thoroughly in at the vtry idea, and backing a few steps, he glared down from tlemendous h...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 27 June 1885

-- ---- y. MADISON TIMvlES Z. C. WEIOHTXAN, Editor & Prop. 1 SATUIDAY, JUNE ', lb. i TrBRax OT SUBSCRIPTION. C OUs , .... ass WOTn. - .- . . .* i . '2 lear sYrlte Line . a.l c.weutivo CnAM. . mi(ttc'. Jonin I. S.t'o.. District Executive Committcc. f J. B. STt'NE,of Madion, Ch'u. ' J. HI. tl L,,Iri., of J. . KE.Ln.v!(E, of Ecat Carroll. y A blue encil taark at this pmara graph itdicrfAs that you;" subscrlt-j ' ies wit! exTir iun two wacs. A blue ypfril mark at this paa. graiph'mean s that this is the litst ltine the paper will be seLt to you t1ntcss M a tbscription price is recciced be- t fors nezt ieas. ________________ -- ----'--- i In future all ;eo,! avcr,:ri:!c nents musn be paid for befc;re the seconrd insarlioz. If ;:ot paid for brrer lc. ,y,;: T'icZ they slwuld appear The secc;?mt lime, the pubo icatio; wi" 'ic disconlinued. S Tilhe Cl(eycllmme ldians thlreatemn an outbreak. The l:rtholdi :tatute arrived at New York last wck. They are commplaiuning of too smuch rain ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 27 June 1885

o.,t "' s : ctur, o 1a r - - . j!' , ,.t'S'. ,; , rr-rZ .r. I.co. S. El ely r.tu'iNe. ! ?No wK,"?1 person ever got sick lIn the, 'ti fruit. ,-}tfiit W'ho\ i` w.ing to have the first is , ripe a'nterm':ln". : ' Jlull f lack returned from ,agtl loor':e Wednesday. '1 n1;! Th.ere was a mad d scare lt .aturday, iS.n Tallula vh. c! There im:- Lake one. in The I.otisiana lPr,a A, o iati,' ' a'cts at I ICrevepeort . ot ul t. ",,i t Th.- ret'tirmers iar not . <,pin! ., the oflices in, ms they expletd. efltiM( TP" fruit. The '"colhia:tion| }'ll:,r. to " have fil,' lin to eir ex tl flations . SevJur l ice ere urn froeez."r* ,1, i been imported to Tallulah of !alte. F very dog h ,l,,t does anl:Lhin', att the least unusual, is now consider- ,111 ed Wmad. da Now that Vickshlurg iis gn, to tila have a good hotel, Traltlah ogit hi "' he E Onis'aoa l're'" couaIn c ato follow suit. .lc . ar Mtr. L. M. Alston was on Mon.- ,lot dav's east-bound train, bound for can CoopLer' Well. ltite t . are An...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 27 June 1885

WIEN GRAT WAS A BOY. What the Old Hero Has Written About Himself. His Distaste for Military Uniforms Suddenly Discovered-His Narrow gsoape From Death In 1861. General Grant's persohal memoirs, to be published this year, will he eagerly read throughout this and other countries. He writes of his ancestors as follows: My family is American, and has been sa generations, in all its branches dilect and collateral. Mathew Grant, the founder of the branch in America of which I am a de soendant, reached Dorchester, Ma-s., in May, 1630. In 1635 he moved to what is now Windsor, Con., and was the sur veyor of that colony for in ,re than forty years. He was also fir many years of the time town clerk. lie was a married usa when he arrived at Dlorchester, but bhi chlndren were all born in this coupn try. His eldest son, Samuel, took landsh we the east side of Connectrwutt River, opposite Windsor, which have been bMld and occupied by descendants of his to this day. I am of the eighth generation fro...

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 July 1885

MADISON TIMES. DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MAIDBON PARISH. VOL. IINO. 21. TALLULAH MADISON PARISa LA SATURDAY. JULY 4, 1885 TERMis 82.u I'Elt YEAR8 GAY TENOR OF HIS WAYS. a Signer Cardinali Won Hearts and Lest to Diamonds. a as Disappelt a Sam Francisce Sweetheart ad Leaves About the Time Aether Lady v Threals Suit. d ft When Colonel Maileson last ransackedi Enrolu for singers for her Majesty's Opera Company, he found Signor Cardi nali and engaged him. SignorCardinali Il is tenor. He sang the part Rhadames in "Aida." When the Signor was not behind the footlights or running his vo- - cal scales, he busied himself either in Il paying attention to the ladies or in iwl. *ihing up the many diamonds he lpo,- I, sewed. I His enemies whisperNd that the tig nor made a great show of his care for , diamonds to make people believe they had some value. When the whispers I came to Cardinali's ears he only shrmeged d his shoulders in flue Italian scorn and 1 paid no more attention to them. A The Si...

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 July 1885

SMA DISIN 1ic t-' R. C. WEIGHTMAN, Editor & Prop. "-t1 SATUIID.LY, Jl'i.J -1, 151 . TERMS OF SUDBSCRIPTION. " O oYyrIAR, * ~ 1c i oIlX IOKTI, .......1 °: ass eoaiTls ... . . 753 iembaer atoe Ccutral Ezecative Canr. Witt 1i I e. Jonl 1B. STONE. District Executive Committee. J. B. STONE, of Madison, ('h'n. J. I. (H. ILFO,, of " J. M. KE.NSODY, of E:at Carrioll. A blue pencil mau;k oL ti.; para . grlph indicatc s that your, " blscr-'il t iox will expirC in two ICeks. A blue pencil mi,oi l: at this pt ara graph'nattn s tlLt this i. the ltst tilne the paper cill be 8sat to you .t'i.e the subscription pr'ice is reccicd l e fer neszt issue. In fulure all legal adverlise menls inust be ,aid f; r 1 fore the second i:scriLn. If "'t paid for e "e ' "t 0:' w'..ch they should appear ,he seco;:d time, the pub.cicilan:; will be discontinued. The New Orleans States is now employing non-union printers. A car drivers strike, is in pro gress in Chicago. The Mansfield Hecrald is pub libshed. The...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 4 July 1885

I) . :. I -1 ", 1' h i ' i , t i r" .' , ,u r t , J. al ',. :,i,. lIere'IS to the' 1.y we r','.,rte. . cool. d'l It is not too late to plant covw On aOn There are rumors of a lutcher alit shop in the air. in Rain is not needed anwhere in ga, the parish now. toi Mr. Walt"r l)onaho has beer I'" quite sick this week. I Roasting ears at twenty-five at cents a dozen, are too high. A dance was threatened last ziight co a week ago, but it blew over. t t No rmad dogs have resulted from no the scare of week before last. When squirrels sell at three for I a quarter, they are cheap enough. If a butcher shop ever is started in here, it ought to be patronized ex- ni tensively. Cucumbers are a much slandered vegetable. They Ehould bo fed int liberally to children. ki The country pp'rs art. ;t ilr extensively into thl or ket ,1- `s loess, at least th',y " :. :.r,'y in plates. Mr. I.I. ar i rEt.aind int th!, t.' employ of the Queen & ('r,-ernt, c.; ast Vicksburg, this is good news.. The Queen &...

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

KILLED BY HER DEAD HAND. Woman Restored to Slay Her Phy sician and Lever. UmOest lcrdable Experience el two Dec tOers i Philadslphla-Weadedli Cure by Electricity, Fullowed by a Terrible Trag ?PLAD3.?EIA, June 20.-Medical cir des for a week passed have been stirred by a sensation which has not had its parallel in the history of the city. It haslbeen known for two or three days that something unusual bad happened, but it was not until to-night that the actual occurrence could be obtained from any of the physiclans by the reporters. The facts as gathered are given ia the following: Victor G. Carey, a young physician of this city, Is lying in the Pennsylvania Hospital, sufering from a knife thrust in the groin, received in a manner that in all probability has no parallel in the history of such occur renoes. The young man has for the last three years been engaged in the practice of his profession in the most fashionable par of West Philadelphia. While he devoted a fair amount of attentio...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 11 July 1885

MADISON TIMES. DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MAIDSON PARISH. VOL. II NO. 22 TALLULAH MADISON PARISH LA SATURDAY. JULY 11, 1885 TERMS $?.II I'EI( YEAR n m--- m n . TAILOR-MADR sN ITS. ,lir-Popularlt Among the Ladle- A Rhocked Dude. ,be world generally has no idea of the amount of fiction hitherto covered by the term "tailor-made." For three yeJ or more tailor-made suits. as they recalled, have be.en growing more and it.ore popular amonTe ti"- la lies. But the term Ias always been a misnomer, for 1kw tsilor-made suinl ever faw a tailor, though all are sulpp 'ed' to be finished in the peculiarly neat and expensive manner characteristic of gent!emen's dotoes. For same years tailors in all large cities have been making ladies' riding habits and ulaters, or newmarkets. But tight-fitting hasques and short walk lag skirts with draperies are a very dif bent affair, and tailors, both here and elsewhere, have only lately attempted them. Many (lreQsmakers who have alw)s made ladies' dresses only, ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 11 July 1885

MADISON, T1t1h IL d. WEIGHTXAN, Editor & Prop. the SATULDA Y, J L':Y 4, 1.5. C , --- _- T'axM8 OF SUBBSCRIPTION. Ieb 0s orrns, - - - - 0 - .a asiZOWY'5, i i Esi-eaoUrns - _- A MembwerS'te Central Exeuttve (uO. y. mittte. thle . Jouslla BU.S. tos. DItseet Ezeciutive Committee. aro J. B. LhrorEs, of Maudiaon, Chl'. th J. U. GiLfoIL, or " J. . s. I?utr, of :ast Carroll. tha froi A Mbu peil mark act this para- IK, ,rap indicates that you r subscrip- a ! tIe will aepirs i two wECks. the A blfe pencil mnark at this para.( g grap:ns that this is the last time 1a tLo pper wiU be scut to you less( a~e gens .yM SWuI pries is received be- sid sri mees iMsud. P Iu ftureall legal advertise- till meats miast be paid for before st' th. second insertion. If wot ist paid for before the day on which th they should appear the second lime, the publica2io:& will be on discorsitisued. as 'Celers has appeared in Toulon and Maseilles, France. T There was a case of sporadic of yellow fever. in N...

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