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

MAI)ISON 1'I MES I. C. WkIGHTMAN, Editor t Pr:, bATUIWDAY, JULY 1, '-`; TERNS OF SUBSCRIPTION. .1 ovYu, - *L - 1 UT T3S 5oTrnsU. - - 7 D PUI F 'CL. There has been too much rain. Bespeak your Collie pujs early. The President ta:kes: to the woods to-day. A. heavy rain fell a week ag, last Friday. The Police Jury meets Monday for regular business. Tallulah celebratad the Fourth with a good shower. Tallulah is still suffering fur a few houses and a hotel. The river began falling at Vicks. burg the first of the week. . Mr. Whitmrstsh was not dery1 well this week, and met with no adventures. Mr. Sol Fried's youngest child was quite sick in the early part of the week. The old wharfboat is to be moved to Vicksburg at the upper landing, and kept there. There are many ladies who can tomatoes, and there are many ladin who can't. ,eave your orders at the TIMES offie for potatoes. Price 75 cents per bushel, $2.25 per barrel. It(i ho more than fair, that pa pers copying articles from other papers...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 11 July 1885

STHE SHARON SCANDAL. Sara Athea Hill Appeals to the Masons. eMdsed May be Expected at any Time Miss NMi's Best Fried is a Neg-The Pjrers are all Fleckig to Sharme's * The famous Sharon case, now widene oat so that it embraces a dosen collater al cases. though not possessing the sen stonal features which characterised its earlier stages, is µtill attracting a great deal of attention. So bitter has the feeling become, and so variegated are all the parties to the controversy, that news of bloodshed at any time would surprise no eqp. While Sharon seems to be buoyed up by the excitement and rage which he feels or simulates, Miss Hill is beginning to show the effects of her long contest. In the first place she is older than most prople imagine, being about 32 or $3, wheress it was thought at the beginning of the suit that she was not more than I. Darlng the trial of the main suit befeJaudge Sullivan her feshnese, en dmasm , vivacity and eouralg were freely commented upon. She was very pa...

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 July 1885

S;MADISON TIMES. ..1 DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MAIDSON PARISH. OL. I NO. 23. TALLULAH MADISON PARISH LA SATURDAY. JULY 18, 1885 TERMS $2.Wt P'Ei IYE n n n nu nn •3 H1 nI uu rl l mur Un n i·~ms u uun u u u n._- .. .. . lETMAITS. Ap Hotel the no reside Hosypi Svracati Whem . whir 'no in si raid : give y " 1.: own, n 1 ofthe old no t d was t 16ml and was a member of the Dr. 8 fak Mliaurt $UPr1850 to 1863, we, S made tecEre Staa e drove theL he has been the etnh t of impr potli 6; lbklRlitWdas im iwn t of Ministert Jln which consi a &Irfbthe' I. the n aime 1806 and has jmst been sp- S eat of the Central-H ih g ment vi s J. H. Rtter, deceand . ri S - arra .one( Whe et, cone rthe inec ltb' ar mesa to bi thel tion Ouvrm Pwur. p1as bIlh-ea Femeh ommunist Ui ayss 35aDeaU the foum of p in the oudan,has had an m areen biis hed wi-h tin kmec aio w* OWledoni The th made theibdr esape together. l Ou Puahs's ecretry an bl an epaign and was im- tr the.uuedas. Upon release e to Paris and la...

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 July 1885

SMADISON T1 M ES E~ d. WEIOHTMAN, Editor & Prop. I Fi2c, SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1815. Ric TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. slp SorNTlIR, " - - - . . 1 ICY w s.ass Morrts - - * ... . 75 ful Mmembr Staue Oentral Executive Wom. bet n it ee. Joun B. ro'.as. ac District Exocutivo Conmmittee. dit J. B. Sro., ofMadlison, Ch'n. be; J. H. GuIso f., ,ref J. M. KENrEDY, of Ebt Carroll. ap Etlh A blue pencil mark at this para- mW graph indi.cates that your aubscrip- lee tien will expir in two weeks. A blus pnc.il mark at this par, ce] graph.nnans.fhat this is the last time e the paper will be sent to you unless N< the subscription price is rcceived be- an fors oas isses. of fro In future all legal advertise- A aneis must be paid for before to the second insertion. If not le paid for before the day on whichof they should appear the second to time, the publication will be discontiun p. t U TEE LEVEE QUESTION. The Polico Jury met on Monday tl last, and itle Board had a large sl and enthusiastic audienc...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 18 July 1885

.. WIORHTMAN, Editor & Prop. yc boi lie SATURDAY, JULY 1R, 1S5. be "MKS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ani b .. . hai _RIF,. -hir cal A hotel is itill wanted. Wl Did you go to the ball? WO Hot weather this week. Me There was a good, hard, shower, rid $orday. *: There is some talk of establish. me ig an etiquette club. col Work on the inclines at Vicks- oul grg and Delta, is progressing. PU Track raising is still going on val between here and Canal bayou. cul The Police Jury adjouried on '1 Thursday. after a very busy session. its  Chickens are coming down to a tic lssasonable price-squirrels also. we The Biggs levee is not the only levee in Madison Parish by several an gs full. tle i Mr. E. B. Addison has returned as I em Cooper's Well, much improv- un ed in health. co; Only one Shepherd pup is left, se reat are engaged, speak quick, wE Vyou want one. pr The Govenor has appointed O. Ti . Heboert, Parish Surveyor of Mad : aParish. The St. Mary Review has been re- lej *tved by the TrIME, and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 18 July 1885

A WAR EXPERIENCE. begy Ulr tb e4e4ederate B -n-D . .PM .| . • - . -.. -.-- I t mrasti ds a dar - s -arpsheetr. ti ._ies >M jgabastss Fealed Mis b When, idh11 spring of 1862, the army I of Potomac trong both in numbers and I in orgasnisationq advanced from the caumps 1 Shea-t oft dcity to retrieve the learels thtag bee lost at the alit Ball BRu, it found o reaching Centre- 1 vlle that Ihe eteasive fortified batteries whi w 1ch 395 to be opposed to tbOiradnae wqle absa, and that the heavy gun.slleged to be mounted there ea were bet w8lmade"Quaker " Gen eal m also discovered that Ger eal Joe Jehto war, after burning all stores notAbhe of being removed, on of reach 4ni blow. It is only ineesmaryd dtle ted t th Union general rItramed IM dis aid prepared to strike bosomie b . way of the Peninmls. Joba s'nasmy by easy marche was moved teU vildnity of Richmond, and about tlh1ime' the actual intentloae of MC0Jiis becae developed, for alarmdansports and urgent appeals for aid emdhotn Gene...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 25 July 1885

__MADISON TIMES._ DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF 1XAIDSON PARISH. VOL II NO. 6. TALLULAH MADISON PARISH SATURDAY. JULY ?2, 1885 TERMS $2.01 PER YEAR gTorrr.L mis own rATrm. A PrrFeiht 'we Prepared wt. *e s urseral sermom. In the New York papers a few days T appeared the particulars of a singular r at Valley CMttae, Rockland Conn ty. John Ryder, one of the prominent tesidehle d thit plade, one day not long t ago inde up his mihd to die, and die he did aier predicting his taking off to his friends and telativs. signing his will and tl engaging an dndertaker. "Now, all this teems very singular to a person." said 'qu're James Alterton, of Port Jerris N. Y., "but I am prepared to believe that it is the actual fact. I can tell you of a more singular case than that, in which dmth was predicted for a lona time ahead. "In 1874 my father, the Rev. Isaac Alerton, then in his 10th year, who had been living with me for a time, went to Chicago on a visit to one of his sons. He returned along in the su...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 25 July 1885

"MADISON TI. i . C. WEIfOITAN, Editor & Prop. AIlo at 1 Th SATURDAY, JULY 25, 18.5. ticr TIRMS OP 8UBSCRIPTION. hol oes vaUt, - . ...... 00 in SssIso.rrua, * *...... . 12 li0 easseoas ... .......t me etmbor skas cma.ta-s £serstlo con. figi ialatee. Joux B. xTors. COl Distotot txecutivo Commilttee. th J. B. STonx, of Madison, Ch'n. an J. H. GuLrozL, of "of J. M. Kmmxw', of East Carroll. M; git A M'u'pencil mark at this para- rel graph ialdicates that your subscrip- ml ties will spire in two wocks. A ilu pe cil mark at this para. all grpkomueae that this is the last time ad the paper will be sent to you unless cr, the subscription price is reccived be- sii fore net issue. In future all legal advertise- m Omints must be paid for before V the second insertion. If not Pr paid for before the day on u',ich a they should appear the second 1 lime, the publication will be te discontinued. tl Hon. J. B. Elam, died at Maus- it field, La., July 4th. rc II Capt. Dick Sinnott has been ap- st ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 25 July 1885

> C. Wr T&II'MAN, Editor & Priop. Ile 'SATURDAY, JULY 25, Is~. Ti, Col TUSM OF SUBSCRIPTION. pa ms * * 0 U ere O wIo.rrs, * .. 1 25 smorrrns. - . 75and pD I F T thrF Mr. J. C. Ragan has been far wer fhm well this weck. The west-bound passenger train was two hours and a half late Wed- p. eseday. whi There was a heavy storm of rain last and wind, last Monday which blow down some fences and damaged a number of trees. The Railroad Agent--Mr. Barber, c has found a bunch of keys, which lie the owner can get by calling for dri them. tail A invitation, to the second an- W nual basket pic-nic and ball at str, falls Bens Plantation, on Wednes- an, day, July 29, for the editor of the slh Tiams and family, has been re- an ilved. The compliment is highly appreciated; the more so, as it is well known- that the Talla Bena pc.nics are something out of the en, Usual run, and are a marked suc- thi ees. Very much obliged, and if t4 possible, will attend. ed Mrs. M. H. Clements of Me'm- a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 25 July 1885

vi" .L. WONl. gsesn DoI:,mr -lS retrn," the vooes erid,. "M old vllW, far away: for / on the rvr tide Aad slthe bills a sweet with thme: Teelaot ad mou bloom ours n yes bro a sforei n o aws!" for me, I thought. theolves grow, The ra lis warm ap tn vries; Aumcikd  d ur o ayssts nd aiIi: Od ith. tha I had oatsd l, h ei riseo, and live agaei. aistill "Masera, retura "they sny,. *With us abides eternal ealms In these old eMds, where you were young. We all the bheaat and the balm; Lor as the ols eand herds imreese. And the hild play around our feet: At re the smu oes down in yeas. nans. for r is msweet. I I arose, ad ersed the sea. Su that hom younger as erl; " '`was lefu t P for mee ..e as wing. and seldom Ays); " !eiv e were graves upon the hill. Uner rCdea Oonl Fank H. Mason d tibe'ass shining on the sode.rtment M and Preve tivee. 'y of preventing it, and its treatment, derived eom studies of the epidemic of ls sad rding years at Maraeilles. 'Aber  achiag briefy the experiences Y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 1 August 1885

F MADISON TIMES. DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MAID ON PARISH. VOL If NO. 25. TALLULAH MADISON PARISH LA SATURDAY. AUGUST 1, 1885 TERMS .<.o PhR YEAR Sir ,eo its h Ta r at Io alr" asked s reporter of 27e MUe. j wt e o a h edlituriu grown ý nd t e j erMeeat smpi -Tes, thore something new, re S pl thefl man. *".om.e land look as teso weeds" The vtdtr took the seat Indicated at a table eovered with dishes contain ua e, of these plas small fl ag laglases, sad other materi lcidntal to to the fAsh cil talt's proessions, and looking through the glas headed him, saw what had pparetly bee am of weds be eme lear and distinct and resolve itself lat a delicate iresh-likeaquatie wst,overeser t.Mthe juea.e of various der r ItLsb b sheier of Madder-like obJects of a rich ree Se and seemingly made up of in umrableace, so that they ppear e4 like mp ases of richly-colored mtalsa hammered into shape by some - Iry worker l metal. 01,pplgope of these little vessels hoim its dlAt s the GUk owltur it pl...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 1 August 1885

MA1)DISON T'IMES 1. C. WEIGHTNAN, Editor & Prop. lam is ii SATURI)AY, A lG: ST 1, I.5. tot par dol TERMS 07 SUBSCRIPTION. are os tsAs, . ...- - - 2 oo pr SIg MONTHS, .... . 1 25 da Teas ONTrHS - - - - -- 75 for Kembir laWO Cteora Esecative (om. ba masttee. bal JOHN B. Tro.s. me IMstrict Executive Committee. bu J. B. SroXE, of Madison, Ch'n. do J. H. GILFOI., of "cit J. M. KueunoY, of East Carroll. S-ric A blnu pencil mark at this para- ati graph indicates that your subscrip- m tie will eapire in two weeks. A blue pencil mark at this part . foi grqp.hses that this is the last time an the paper wuill be sent to you unless m a__ dabcriptio price is received be- hi wees st issue. wi 0I In future all legal advertise- th ments must be paid for before si the secapd insertion. If not t paid for. beforeheday on whicl they should appear the second L time, the publication will be fr discontinued. a The Mahdi is still reported dead. T The cholera has spread from Spain to France. d Gen. G...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 1 August 1885

'MADISON TIM ESi: I C. WEIOHTMA, Editor & Prop. SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1W L r3RXS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Ju aess vAR, - - $2 00 Eu I , - - 1 25 Fi umsýa o.rHs. A- - 7 A DRIFT. Ti Whi has any open cotton? CI This is the frst of August. Were you at the Talla Bena ball? The rodbug season is at its height. Buy your drugs of Fulton M. M Meda, Vicksburg, Miss. The ground was rather damp for the Taila Bens Pic-nic. A Speak quick, if you want a Scotch Collie pup. A If your house did not leak last E Monday, it is not likely to. E The hot spell from the North m paid Madison Parish a visit this C week. lee never weighs as much in C hot weather as it does in cool weather. Open cotton has been seen in J Tallulah, but it was not reported to the Tixas office. It is to be hoped the new po3t- l master at New Orleans will straighten up the mails. They are E out of gear. lion. G. H. Ellis was nominated L for Judge in, the Sixth Judicial A Distoe at Bastrop-receiving 40 j ouatof 5 votes. J The two Vicksbur...

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

A 1rAU113e era@sses. What Walkag nas mees far Rea.th and mashemass&. Mr. . L. Richards is one of Yale's best known profemors. Mathematics is the Profemor's specialty in the college curri calaum, but he is almost as famous in college and out, asan an uthority on ath letic. In his youth he arried off most of the prises in the gymnasium, and now that he is somewbht along in years he ranks, perhaps, as the National bham pion long-distance walker for pleasure. "I took up walking five years ago," he mid, in a chat about his experiencesaad adventures. "Wishing to keep good health. I cast about fora way to do it, and struck upon walking; and I have never enjoyed much health as I have since I engaged in this practice. I have gives up my Eaiter and Thanksgiving vacations to it for the past five years My first trip was in the spring of 1881, and it was my hardest. In company with a companion I started from New York one morning and made my way up the east side of the Hudson as far as Rhineb...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 8 August 1885

r _ _ ' e 7MADISON TIMES. DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MAIDSON PARISH. VOL II NO. 26. TALLULAH MADISON PARISH LA 1 SATURDAY. AUGUST 8, 1885 TERlMs ,2.0I PER YEAR . , 1 ) II - 1 1i n mum n I :n d ni i i l W earaapoeall slan Saio be  the dlong graee there, ad throgh thy chambers vast swa . Tee in t1N+ wning 'rea e, dim; adin the gloaming still d far "n there your vesper hymna. Over hat unremembered grave a A a·eet memorial make; W bit te tdt tntrroeae mbA *3Wh red for Freedom'e asks 0Aesphloand Flowering Vine! (pir Wild osmes, white and reit n te graue intertwine A arid for the deal It btar of dew at dawning dim aer addest, sweetest, offering mase t he srses both hel mea straew The ave of tho toe o known; a fib him who died o htboet i MAlUS with some but (led to ae TIhe yeg. brave seol his bondage break; c Ao-to or iberty, An ýsd toe BFrre 'e d eke! SII AWIWI IUIT. I rpees weeky. . YTo'maAt hav beenalteomn pretty ghýt laem at different times, Bqor. W bow v"haty ol,,t  t rof  or, a T...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 8 August 1885

MADISON TIMES l. . WIGITANI. diter a Prop. al SATURDAY, APIGITT 5, 1885. T TUEvR 8 OF SUBSCRIPTION. n@s y33 n, . - * .... $2 00 I6Z monT3l, 1 . 1 Ta3UK MONTIIS ...... 76j i Mem er& atoe (t'c ral Ksecatve oCom. Joe0x I. iriss. a Distrlet BRecutlvo Committee. .A J. B. FiON.l, of MadiroFo, ('i n. J. 11. UIIFOi., of J. U. K.ssy.kw;, --,f East ('arroll. A blue pencil mark it this 2~a,u',Z raLph inricate~ t1hat your saLcriy, tion will cxpirs ia two toeks. A bl*r pencil mark at this para, t grqap'wtsatthat this is the ast t i nme " tah paper wil be sent to you, unless dIA.subscription price is received be Jei nestZ iswue. ..n future all legal advertise mnents must be paid for before the second insertion. If not paid for before the day on twhic h they shouldt appear the .sc;o:d I time, the publication will be b discoalinued. Vera Crus has yellow fever. Phbiladeljhii has bad a cyclone. Cholera is raging in Marseilles, -.rance. Maud S. made a mtleo in 2.'A) .on Thursday at Cleveland, Ohi...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 8 August 1885

M.Ai) t * M r 1A IF 'I3M S 0? SyBjSOIIPrtI( t loh e E ! g.# l -d:,. " " - I - j. T" lr ~e'ý; r~ :.... "' r tlt ei. o naltlrt. - . " Ir l L E '.' ' . ' 1 alIo h of i t .l: I : ' t, " t .,: l rs faih'] to triv The cr=r, i- , , il f t ald ree" f " . t, , tip.'. ý,! t'a i. * lr. F. . Dai;,.n nl- l...t . 1 s tlis wee , bitut is ,,w lit 1 i. right n:'H'. T[l i , ' lk ,. 1n- ,:,. . ' , - 'er. ! Iut TInhee c:t' 1 1. - , t Mir. ft. E'. Ad:Vn:1. wur t1i ht ve t lieft us ye .c .1. . It ,t ,n i ' i: : destination. I ( r The N. C tat qgstin. the Sa: high c!aim of the refor:cers. ~o 3[ does a number ui t:era. f Athat1'0er, se r e tvi · c crr- ! Mi ally as a harrmle.= class. yet, herd!!y r' a weetk ii,,ssees witnlont sone oil being kil,'d by nim:: t, .',I . The ra:tl oi ;":,t r1 i', ,!,, ;t- . i . ipla,,. .~l i of (  I1;:ý ' r - .. a, _1 -more exte:.10 t ,;v.' , wekL but it Ual , ::: . i:Cu ext Vac'k. .t J Mr.t l i . ;Cllian .ý.- icn dasag ulyt1 i ;, sO much . ', t': t":" Mr.J.T. Me ht ', L ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 8 August 1885

·' ;rtasas nse amvacm. lasew an' e cse Fres" a " be O whas wes emak. One day, after deep meditation, the peaee of Orange remarked to Bentinck; "To offset the ravages of strong drink timbma system resorts to various re taness yielding versatile resuts." This remark,'dthough it embodies no particularly philosophy, either inductive syllogistic or reconstactive, has caused aoeh comment. It is true that there is a great difer ence in men, concerning the power of resistaneeagainst the influerce of strong drink, and although no man wholly es papes, yet some men while struggling under the elect of liquor, can complete ly deceive a beholder. There is Col. Atlahtus Pindergpms, for instance. Ii you did not know he was drunk you would not think he had been drinking. He has a way of standing on the tiptoe of such politeness, a way of saying such pleasant and appropriate things, that his intoxicati-n is hidden under a bushel of agreeahleness. The other day Mr. Martinhead went home with the colone...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 15 August 1885

MADISON TIMEs. DEVOTED TO TIE WELFARE OF MAIDSON PARISH. VOL I1 NO. 27. TALLULAH MADISON PARISH LA ' SATURDAY. AUGUST 15 1885 TElMl$ $2.0o I'EU YEAR s o m I JlIe m l nil l ml U I mu l innleImn lln mI nnei llm e n il I mm I n lal iiIaum Nm eIll n N l I il I n . . . .. .. . . . . . .- . . . .. .... . .. . . . . . .. .- ... . . .. .. ... .. .. ... .. . . . .. . ... .. .. . . . .. . ... . . . . . ... . . . . . . . . . .. .. .. . .. .. .. . .... . L eas asehs saar awas IL. al m uts is, tr smt sies see & ala a 'ts Ia.ps ap.l U a owm uwwa at rWi n w-A 1o it I Aar le t s -oiher i n." ibled as a bat. "It I rape that I an sot .! ea away. Bill, sad don't Ma. Collas was a widow. She owi s. u a 1or soathsra Arkansaw, stoesd b lat the mistj tio aighborhood, basfallnla":.tMn. Cp lbl, dead at ssmUl jurrytl bho. Al. g edebd to go away, sad al dsWsted, he g Is that dis .ed e o i ope whi· for. tim abdsem panos Otth along the road .t • I wim t o. Mrs. Collas, util I havew ad a seortoey asqpwor....

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 15 August 1885

,P. 7. WSL- ' .i O , T . '. Sr..;,. . . . . - g OMiZA .l . . . . . " - ilt ':.r£;' t. - . . . .. t _ t 4 i I r J.ie ct. l C o. J. * rithe t. }"u f,,; , 'Ltk! G,.J(O !I!dI : jh . sa.lKcripti'.ni pi*ic.' . . ceived ? ~ gtu*e. ea v o " :ev s/wvhi a .. titn, l oh .t.e : i,: t :y ! " 'i'n ' - " 9r,,idi ,rw,,at.:!:,t !/it?; s',. l,,,+ +;' ,,.,,, Iý the l j "' " su" i ,',t t') y r," , ':, "1.i hs Preller,  aRi arprive in t.ecsid Iju. (bov. Ljowry wi:!i *suct-i-ti hit * as (ovcrnor of Miisissiupi, e.eyoI doubt. (ov. Mclnery la A:*.1 to ha c aiute a. Ialt ie&;a .pvo;'cs- at last Tuesdsvy.TI o aime12d.:es3Ui0 the Louisia.a tiucti . n:l As L ct " 2ai ffr',i:'j ;:, ., . '. , ;";, • e ,iu 'it , ? ý ; " , , . :;...• ' 'ý..: "+ alimen w the di,:,iro i. "" Judiana has o. i..w coipclhii'L a o. It is saidxwell that uPl'-:cd. -urtir" friends areVII on morec h~eo i tiair denunciiationsoi *an-0or (:ib. son, threllern Col. Raivey his ee-t. Lts. Go~v. Lo-wry wi'i :u<:cevt +:1:. ,:.l;' its...

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